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Causes and Consequences of Work-Related Psychosocial Hazards Exposure
Boland Review of Model WHS Law
Final Report (October, 2019)
Productivity Commission - Mental Health
Draft Report: October, 2019
Key Work Health and Safety Statistics
National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces 2019 - View Submissions
Psychological Health and Safety: A systematic Guide to Meeting Your Duties
Mentally healthy workplaces for fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers in the resources and construction sectors
(Code of Practice, WA)
Work-Related Traumatic Injury Fatalities
2018 (Safe Work Australia)
Workers' Compensation Scheme Statistics QLD 2017-2018
Mental Health Resource - The Recovery Village
Global cost of poor mental health tops $US1 trillion
Mental health issues costing Australia $200b pa
National Suicide Prevention Strategy
IMPROVING INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH
Strengthening the prevention & management of psychological risk & injury
Conference and Workshops
2 - 5 March 2020
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Sydney Boulevard Hotel
Nationally, eight million working days are lost due to poor mental health each year. While mentally healthy workplaces are equally as important to Australian employees as physically safe workplaces, many workplaces are failing to live up to this expectation; and it’s costing employees and workplaces.
The impact of psychological issues can result in reduced productivity, absenteeism, presenteeism and staff turnover in your workplace. Just this year, the World Health Organisation recognised burnout as an “occupational phenomenon”.
To effectively address these challenges, AIHS and Criterion Conferences are proud to bring you the Improving Integrated Approaches to Workplace Mental Health conference. This conference will bring together key stakeholders from across government, industry, peak bodies and academia to address the critical issue of workplace mental health.
You will walk away with new insights, evidence-based strategies and practical ideas to implement in your workplace. Learn how you can take a holistic and integrated approach to address the systemic causes of mental ill-health in your workplace, and adopt proactive strategies to reduce risk and improve mental health for your employees.
Join us for a national conversation, where we go beyond discussion on the importance of mentally healthy workplaces to uncover pragmatic solutions to common yet difficult challenges, gaining expert insights from industry, legal, regulators, peak bodies, government and academics.
Registration and conference program available from: https://www.criterionconferences.com/event/aihs-workplace-mental-health-conference/
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