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Centurion announces Healthy Heads partnership

Centurion has partnered with Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds (HHTS), a not-for-profit foundation for mental health and physical wellbeing in Australia’s road transport, warehousing and logistics sectors.

This collaboration underscores Centurion’s commitment to creating a safe and supportive workplace environment for its team members.

In a statement online, a Centurion spokesperson said HHTS’ mission aligns perfectly with Centurion’s values and dedication to employee wellbeing.

“Centurion believes that its people are its greatest asset,” the spokesperson said.

“By partnering with Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds, the company is taking a significant step towards ensuring that its team has access to top-notch resources for maintaining both mental and physical health.”

HHTS provides a national approach to enhancing the lives of individuals within the industry.

It focuses on delivering essential tools, resources and programs designed to foster psychologically safe and healthy working environments.

The foundation’s initiatives include practical tools and resources that cater to businesses of all sizes, aiming to support both mental and physical health.

“By partnering with Healthy Heads, Centurion is embedding a culture of wellbeing within its organisation, ensuring that its workforce has access to the best possible support,” the spokesperson said.

In other news, Silk Logistics Holdings has announced that Managing Director and CEO, Brendan Boyd, has decided to retire from his current executive role due to medical reasons.

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