Clients and Projects

Great clients make for a great business

Worksite Fitness and Rehabilitation (WFR) takes pride in the fact that our services have resulted in health and safety improvements within many workplaces nationally, and that sustainable cultural change has been achieved through the ongoing implementation of WFR’s approach to creating healthy businesses.

Our services are provided to businesses from a broad range of industries including Mining, Energy, Construction, Transport and Logistics, Manufacturing, and the Public Sector.

Just a few of our current clients are:

  • WFR has delivered a broad scope of services to BHP's Iron Ore division since 2006. Programs focused on improving employee health and well-being, and reducing musculoskeletal injury risk are currently delivered across mining operations and locations to various work groups with excellent engagement and program outcomes.

  • WFR and QUBE have worked together on a national injury prevention strategy since 2012. WFR has delivered services at over 20 locations nationally, focusing on manual handling and ergonomics training for Stevedore and Driver workgroups.

  • The CBH Group is Australia’s largest exporter of grain. WFR has partnered with CBH since 2014 to improve the health status of the employee group and reduce musculoskeletal risk in the workplace. WFR delivers its services to the Perth Corporate Office employee group and all regional locations.

  • Originally working with Maersk Drilling between 2013-15 on the Nan Hai and Discoverer offshore drilling facilities, WFR and Maersk have recommenced their working partnership, this time on the Maersk Deliverer. Maersk is investing in a full scope of health, wellness and injury prevention services with a WFR Exercise Physiologist aboard the offshore facility on a regular basis.

  • WFR and Tronox have been partnering in employee health since 2007. Originally supporting Kwinana operations, the strategy now extends throughout Australia and includes outcomes focused on mental health, employee wellbeing and musculoskeletal risk.

  • Commencing in early 2019, WFR and Macmahon have partnered to develop the Strong Bodies, Strong Mines program. Four mining projects around Australia have benefited from the program to date, consisting of Healthy Driver support, Action in Motion consultations, Musculoskeletal Injury Awareness workshops, Health 100 assessments and Warm Up 4 Work.

  • WFR partners with Asahi Beverages to deliver a comprehensive employee health and musculoskeletal risk strategy. Initially implementing a Health 100 assessment program, the strategy now involves a regular Healthy Lifestyle Program being delivered to all manufacturing and distribution locations.

  • TKE, the global leader in elevator installation, modification and repairs, initially engaged WFR's services to support them with Manual Handling training and education across the Australia and New Zealand region. The working partnership has now extended to provide Mental Health training support.

  • After initially being engaged to deliver an onsite Healthy Lifestyle Program at their Edna May mining operation, due to the strong employee engagement, Ramelius’ Mt Magnet operation has now come onboard with an onsite Healthy Lifestyle program of its own.

  • WFR’s partnership with Northern Star extends back to the businesses single-mining-operation days. Fast forward 10 years, and WFR now delivers comprehensive Healthy Lifestyle Program services across six mining operations in Australia. Working collaboratively with NSR’s onsite OHS teams WFR is focused on a customised approach for each operation. In 2021, WFR also worked with the Subiaco-based corporate team to develop a Mental Health Framework for the business.

  • The Greenbushes mining operation in the Southwest of WA have utilised WFR’s services for over 10 years. Initially having WFR support their Mines Rescue team with fitness programming and appraisals, WFR now provide a full-time Exercise Physiologist onsite who delivers a broad scope of proactive health services. WFR has also worked with Talison for over 2 years in developing a Mental Health policy and procedure, completing a Psychosocial Risk review and delivering Mental Health training across the employee group.

  • The global manufacturer, maintainer and distributor of earthmoving and mining equipment, Komatsu has been working with WFR since 2016 predominantly in the area of musculoskeletal risk management. Locations across WA and QLD regularly have Manual Handling and Stretch Leader training delivered, with some locations extending the support into employee health screening and wellbeing coaching also.

Our Projects

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Part of WFRs growth and development strategy is to continue to deliver our services throughout Australia and internationally, and be recognised as the leader in our industry.

Staff and Client Locations