• Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace Australia

    Bullying and harassment can happen in every workplace in Australia. It is estimated that about 1.5 million workers in Australia have been victimised by workplace bullies. The consequences of workplace bullying can be devastating for both worker and employer. It is therefore important for an employer to address risks of bullying so that its negative impacts can be avoided or minimised.

  • Women in Trade

    Women in trade face different risks in the workplace compared to their male colleagues. Because an increasing number of women in trade perform significant tasks day in and day out, addressing their safety needs can greatly contribute to the success of your operations. Here are four steps that you can take to improve workplace safety for women in trade:

  • What is Vocational Training in Australia

    Vocational training helps the economy as it addresses skills shortages in various industries. About 1.8 million individuals took vocational courses funded by the government alone in 2010. What makes vocational training so popular is that it provides innovative features that equip individuals with work-related skills without the usual burdens of conventional education.

  • Occupational Health and Safety in Restaurants

    It may seem unbelievable, but restaurants are among the riskiest industries to work at. According to a report published by the University of South Australia in December 2012 (“Australian Workplace Barometer”), restaurants and cafes are one of the three high-risk industries when it comes to workplace safety and worker health.

  • Injuries in the Workplace Statistics

    Workplace injuries are more common than most workers realise and often these injuries can render someone unable to continue work in the same field or, in severe instances, might leave him/her completely bed-ridden.

  • How to Manage Safety in the Workplace

    Happy workers are good workers. To ensure that your business will benefit from increased production among your staff, it is essential that you manage safety in your workplace to protect workers from injury or illness.

  • Government Training Schemes for Small Businesses

    Small businesses often face the problem of not having enough skilled employees. Getting the right worker who can perform essential tasks for your small business is crucial in maintaining the productivity of your enterprise. Fortunately, there are programs offered by the government to help small business owners train their workers.

  • Examples of Cyber Bullying in the Workplace

    Cyber bullying in the work area, just like ordinary workplace bullying, can cause a worker to experience anxiety and stress and can lower his productivity. Preventing cyber bullying in your workplace is therefore important to ensure the seamless operation of your business.

  • Customer Stories: Longhaul's Embroidered Beanies Look Fantasic!

    We received some fantastic feedback from "out in the field" from Maureen at the Falie that we just had to share with you.

  • State of Accidents Australia

    This infographic created by Australia Wide First Aid is of various Government statistics to highlight the main high risk areas causing Australian injuries. Transport, Drug and Alcohol Consumption, Domestic and Work related accidents cover our biggest risk areas. Australia Wide First Aid is determined to provide greater awareness and assist in preventative measures to minimise these risks; the less potential of injuries reduces the quantity of deaths.

Additional features of the LongHaul workwear range

STURDY CONSTRUCTION

LongHaul workwear offers generous, relaxed and comfortable sizing with sturdy construction, specially designed anti-crack darts and wider, stronger belt loops, for a lasting and durable life.

100% COTTON

We use 100% cotton drill for our shorts and pants to provide you with the comfort of natural fibre, with it's soft, breathable, sun protecting and hard wearing attributes.

100% AUSTRALIAN OWNED

LongHaul is a 100% Australian a family company. Our mission is to provide the best possible quality at the lowest possible prices.

Longhaul Workwear - High quality doesn't have to mean high prices

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