This conference received a 97% customer satisfaction rating last year.
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Thursday 1 & Friday 2 December 2022
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Implement psychologically healthy & safe work practices
As the regulatory and compliance landscape in psychological health and safety continues to change across Australia, the new mental health obligations for employers are clear; prevention is better than cure. But with new duties requiring organisations to proactively mitigate and manage psychological hazards for staff, how do we now do it?

Join the Australian Institute of Health & Safety in partnership with The Hatchery at the Integrated Approaches to Workplace Mental Health 2022 virtual conference to find out how to implement the new regulatory and code of practice changes, and understand what it means to effectively manage psychological health & safety for your business in 2023. Learn from industry, regulators, mental health and safety experts across Australia who are at the cutting edge of integrating psychological health & safety into business as usual.

Why attend this event?

Hear from respected senior leaders in Safety, HR, Mental Health, Regulation and Legal
Essential insights on key issues from keynote presenters, case studies and panel discussions
• Share your thoughts and ask your burning questions in live Q&A and interactive polls
Extend your learning with in depth pre & post event seminars
Excellent connectivity and a tailored online experience facilitated by our premier conference platform and experienced IT, AV and delivery teams

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

The Workplace Mental Health 2022 conference is endorsed by the Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Contact AIHS for further details.

Attend & learn

  • Updates on global regulatory practices in workplace mental health
  • Practical applications to integrate new psychosocial regulation & codes of practices
  • Implement effective hierarchy controls to identify & manage psychosocial risks
  • Set up the Board & Executives to successfully manage workplace mental health
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to identify psychosocial hazards
  • Develop effective work design to create mentally healthy workplaces
  • Learn practical approaches & legal ramifications for managing vicarious trauma
  • Leverage data to predict & measure psychological health & safety
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Key Speakers

Peter Kelly
Head of Programme, Mates in Mind &
Former Senior Psychologist, Health and Safety Executive
David Burroughs
Principal Psychologist
Australian Psychological Services
Mary Ann Baynton
Mary Ann Baynton & Associates
Amanda Clements
Group HSE Manager, Strategy & Wellbeing

What People Are Saying

  • “The event was exceptionally well organised and delivered. I enjoyed the opportunity for interactive networking, even virtually.”

    Director – Work Health and Safety,
    Australian Red Cross, 2021 Conference Attendee
  • “The AIHS Integrated Approaches to Workplace Mental Health conference was extremely valuable. The cohort of credible and knowledgeable presenters who remarkably complemented each other was outstanding. I have tangible motivation, guidance materials and ideas to progress psychological safety in my workplace. Thank you.”

    Principal Advisor WHS
    Department of Resources QLD, 2021 Conference Attendee

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