This half day workshop will allow participants to understand the form of mental health injury generally associated with work-related stress is called ‘psychological injury’.
Research has shown, the majority of psychological injury claims are not the result of a major traumatic event or critical incident. Most claims are developed over a period of time, often in response to the interaction of a number of work-related and other factors.
This workshop will explore how psychological injuries are developed within the workplace and how the effective combination of primary, secondary and tertiary levels of intervention can assist in future prevention and response to psychological injury.
Overview of the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012–2022
The Australian Strategy promotes the vision of healthy, safe and productive working lives and sets four outcomes to be achieved by 2022. Seven action areas have been identified to collectively contribute to the delivery of these outcomes. Ensuring these techniques, strategies and initiatives are embedded into your organisation’s Return to Work Program will assist in improved return to work outcomes for all.
Statements of Attendance will be issued at the completion of the workshop.
COST: $95.00 per person
DATE: Wednesday 15th May, 2019
Session Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm
(Subject to minimum number per session)