Understanding your responsibilities as an employer to protect worker health starts with understanding the factors in your organisation that have the potential to cause harm. Automation of routine tasks, technological advancements, and ongoing organisational change have transformed the nature of work. Performing complex and cognitively demanding tasks now represents the greatest percent of skill required by Australian employees.
This webinar will help you identify psychosocial factors that have the potential to cause harm to worker health in your organisation. You will learn how to manage the risk to reduce the potential for these hazards to occur, and if they do occur how to act appropriately to minimise the likelihood of harm.
There are many benefits to implementing evidence based systems for creating a psychologically safe and healthy work environment. This includes better individual worker wellbeing and organisational productivity outcomes, while also achieving your due diligence to provide a safe working environment.
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About 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.