Helping you create psychologically healthy and safe workplaces
Psychologically healthy and safe workplaces can attract and retain good employees as well as improving productivity and the bottom line. Many workplaces offer wellbeing activities but that is not enough to meet all requirements under work health and safety legislation. The OPUS Centre can provide you with services that utilise the latest evidence-based and validated approaches to monitor and improve the psychological health and safety in your workplace, whilst meeting all of your work health and safety requirements.
Dr Tessa Bailey
Dr Tessa Bailey is a registered psychologist who completed her PhD focusing on Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) and psychosocial factors at work, for which she received the 2019 Ian Davey Award for the most outstanding PhD thesis at the University of South Australia.
She is the Director and Principal Consultant at The Opus Centre for Psychosocial Risk where she works with industry partners to implement workforce health and safety systems that protect worker psychological health and promote wellbeing.