Stop for Safety:
Real Wellbeing
Scavenger Hunt

At AusNet we never compromise on safety and we genuinely care for the wellbeing of people. This means we have a shared responsibility to identify and minimise the emotional, social and physical hazards we may experience as we work together.

To help us do this, AusNet has partnered with The Wellbeing Lab to develop a Real Wellbeing Scavenger Hunt to make it easy for us to identify and minimise the emotional and social hazards we may be experiencing.

What’s Real Wellbeing, we hear you ask? And why a Scavenger Hunt?

Real Wellbeing enables us to feel well and function well at work. It sounds simple enough, but the truth is it’s not one-size-fits-all. Which is why we need you to help us hunt for what’s working well and where we’re struggling, so together we can build AusNet’s Real Wellbeing Toolbox.

All you need is 5 minutes to write down and upload some of your reflections – there are no ‘wrong answers’ here! Whether you choose to fly solo, or work as a team, you’ll be doing your part to support the Real Wellbeing of our people.

You can answer both questions or simply answer the one to which you most want to contribute a tool. You can type your answers below.

What’s Working Well?

Which of these hazards poses the lowest risk to your wellbeing at present because of the way we have minimised or eliminated it together? (For a description of the hazards click here)

What small care actions have we been able to do consistently to minimise this hazard?

How do you want to see this more broadly shared across AusNet?

Where are we struggling?

Which of these hazards poses the greatest risk to you because of the frequency and duration with which you’ve been experiencing it, and the negative impact it is having on wellbeing? (For a description of the hazards click here.)

What small CARE action might help you minimize the risk for the hazard you identified? (Click here for examples of small, evidence based, CARE actions you can try.) Explain it so other teams could also give it a try.

How can you embed this care action into your existing ways of working? (Click here for examples of how you could embed a small CARE action into your role modelling, routines, rituals or rules.)


If, while completing this task, you come across emotional and social hazards that are serious in nature (bullying, sexual harassment, traumatic events), please contact your AusNet HR Business Partner or our Employee Assistance Provider, Benestar on 1300 360 364.

Just as it says in our Code of Conduct; if you don’t feel ok having conversations with an AusNet leader about anything that concerns you, you can report something that doesn’t feel right to AusNet’s whistleblower hotline.

The whistleblower hotline is an anonymous (if you wish), third party service that allows you to report fraud or other types of misconduct or improper states of affairs (Reportable Conduct). For more information about Reportable Conduct, Qualifying Disclosures, things to consider before use, and details about how to use, the whistleblower hotline, please refer to the AusNet Whistleblower Policy .