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This page is dedicated to providing various sources of information on topics relating to what we do, including our information sheet series, links to useful articles and publications, company news, social media, and upcoming events.
Causes and Consequences of Work-Related Psychosocial Risk Exposure
Workers' Compensation Scheme Statistics QLD 2017-2018
Substance Abuse and Suicide:
A Guide to Understanding the Connection and Reducing Risk
Australian Medial Association (AMA)
Position Statement: Mental Health 2018
Special task force announced to address mental health issues in UK legal profession
Global cost of poor mental health tops $US1 trillion
Mental health issues costing Australia $200 pa
National Suicide Prevention Strategy
Our Information Sheet Series has been designed to help share our expertise in a variety of topics in an easy to access format.
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ISS01: What is Stress Optimisation?
Thursday 12 September 2019
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: SMC Sydney Conference & Function Centre
The NSW Branch Committee of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) is pleased to announce the 2019 AIHS NSW Safety Symposium titled ‘Safety Leadership: The art of letting go’ will be held on Thursday 12 September.
The conference program will be released shortly - for further details see https://www.aihs.org.au/events/nsw-safety-symposium-2019-0
ALPMA Annual Summit
"Road Map to Transformation:
Move Forward With Confidence"
4 - 6 September, 2018
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
The ALPMA 2019 Summit: Road Map to Transformation – Move Forward with Confidence will provide delegates with a framework and a clear pathway forward to confidently lead their firms into the future.
Operating within a rapidly changing industry can be daunting and, even more so, without a clear framework in place. The ALPMA Summit will provide guidance about how to best approach the changing world we live in and assist to answer critical questions that will help define your pathway forwards.
For further information and to register, visit https://alpmasummit.com.au/
6 - 13 October, 2018
In 2019, Mental Health Week will again focus on how we live, learn, work and play - realising it's a combination of factors which impact our mental wellbeing..
For further information and to register events visit: http://www.alucaconference.com.au/