Challenging Behaviours in Aged Care Hazard

Reduce the risk of Challenging Behaviours in aged care

When residents exhibit Challenging Behaviours, which may include aggressive outbursts, self-harm and property destruction, it can affect an aged care worker's ability to do his or her job and pose a serious risk to health and safety.

Our Challenging Behaviours in Aged Care Hazard will help you identify this hazard in your workplace, understand your obligations and reduce the risk.

What's covered

  • Factors which may influence behaviour
  • Examples of when this hazard might apply
  • Links to other useful resources


If you would like further information about Challenging Behaviours in Aged Care, please contact the risksupport Helpdesk on:
1300 660 827