Mental health and wellbeing has never been higher on the agenda for most employers. While the focus has rightly been on identifying and supporting the one in five working Australian’s who will experience a mental health challenge, 2022 has seen increasing expectations and focus upon workplace psychological safety. Beyond the existing obligations to create safe and supportive working environments that are without risk to mental health and wellbeing, Safety Regulators across the board have released guidance materials and directives regarding the approach workplaces must take to meeting this responsibility. Perhaps of most note, are the impending psychological risk regulations due to be released by WorkSafe Victoria which will legislate reporting and risk management actions aligned to psychological safety, with penalties for businesses who fail to meet the new standards. A pilot initiatives which is likely to be adopted in some capacity by all jurisdictions moving forward.
Join us as we step through this changing and landscape and take a practical approach to what this means for all businesses. Consider effective strategies and interventions for key psychological risks that can be implemented with minimal disruption to operations but maximum impact to the health and wellbeing of your workforce. Understand requirements for reporting and more importantly consider how meaningful data can be identified within your workplace. Ultimately, begin to build or enhance, your mental health and psychological safety strategy to help to future proof your workplace and create a safe, productive and most importantly thriving work environment and culture.
Our Point Of Difference:
- Instructors who are qualified employment lawyers and allied health practitioners with workplace specific experience in mental health
- A practical and strategic approach to addressing likely psychological risk regulations and other increasing workplace obligations
- Significant additional handouts and resources specific for use within workplaces provided
Key Learning Outcomes:
Following the session, participants will have the skills and strategies to:
- Interpret and implement the anticipated requirements of the proposed Victorian psychological risk regulations and consider how these are likely to drive a nation-wide standard
- Understand the impacts and expectations set by ISO: 45003, psychological safety guidance materials released by Safety regulators, changes to Officers & Directors insurance and workplace manslaughter legislation
- Practically understand what workplace wellbeing, mental health culture and psychological safety mean for your workplace
- Create a practical and effective workplace mental health and psychological safety strategy
- Socialise practical and positive messaging around mental health, stress and resilience
- Identify risks to psychological safety both current and emerging and implement relevant intervention and management processes
- Consider effective and meaningful practices for reporting of psychological risks and impacts
- Implement strategies to create a psychologically safe culture and team environment
- Not only meet, but surpass the growing workplace obligations.
Who Is This Course For?
Employers, Human Resources, Injury Management and Health and Safety practitioners and those interested in taking future proofing their business for psychological safety.
*Please note a minimum of 8 registrations is required for this course to proceed.
|Venue:||Online delivery via Eventbrite|
|Date:||Tuesday, 20 September 2022|
|Time:||12:30pm to 4:30pm AEST|
|Cost:||$360 (plus GST) per participant|
Please note, event join links will be provided 24 hours prior to the scheduled session. We encourage you to include a placeholder in your calendar in the interim.
- Our seminars, webinars and workshops are for the benefit of those working in organisations who are seeking learning and development opportunities in employment law and workplace safety. As per this, we do not allow competitors to attend our seminars. HR Legal reserves the right to cancel the registration of those who may be a competitor to our organisation. Please note that if we note that your organisation offers similar services to ours we will cancel your registration.