Leading change & strengthening psychological health & safety for the future of work
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In a challenging year, maintaining and supporting the mental health and wellbeing of workers has never been more important. Across all sectors, change and uncertainty have heightened anxiety and stress for workers, and has created new challenges in the way we approach workplace mental health. To tackle these challenges, we need to think differently about how to support the psychological safety of workers both in the traditional workplace and when working from home.
In partnership, The Australian Institute of Health & Safety with The Hatchery are proud to bring you the Strengthening Approaches to Workplace Mental Health conference. This conference will unpack existing and emerging factors impacting workplace mental health and will present best practice approaches and practical examples for preventing and managing psychosocial risk and injury.
Why attend this event?
- Hear from a range of experts and stakeholders including Government, Psychiatrists & Psychologists, Regulators, Legal, Safety & Wellbeing Leaders and more
- Access all the need to know information about preventing and managing psychological health & safety in current and new ways working
- Get involved – Share your thoughts and ask your burning questions through live Q&A, panel discussions, group chats and face-to-face virtual networking activities
- Connect with your peers virtually and continue to grow your network
- Short on time? Don’t worry, you can view this event both live and on-demand
Who will attend?
Senior leaders and representatives with responsibility for:
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Work Health & Safety
- Health & Wellbeing
- People & Culture
- Human Resources
- Return to Work
Attend to learn:
- Build psychological safety into our future of work
- Assess & respond to psychosocial hazards emerging from new ways of work
- Enhance psychological safety & mitigate psychosocial hazards through job design
- Build organisational capability to proactively respond to psychological issues in the workplace