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WorkWell Forum 2022

MANAGING PSYCHOLOGICAL RISKS IN MANUFACTURING CONFERENCE NOV. 14th 2022


The Collaboration Delivers Wellbeing in Manufacturing Project is preparing for its conference on preventing, managing and addressing psychological injuries in the workplace. The conference, supported by Worksafe Victoria and opened by the Minister for Workplace Safety, Ingrid Stitt, will showcase the learnings from our two-year project. You will hear from the Companies and partners who worked cooperatively with us on this project, as well as a panel of experts in the field of collaboration, best practice and OHS strategies to deliver a psychologically safe workplace.

 

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RESOURCES

Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Opening with AMWU Victorian State Secretary Tony Mavromatis & Minister for Workplace Safety Ingrid Stitt MP.


Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 1: Cooperative Workplaces with Deputy President Peter Hampton, Fair Work Commission & Anna Booth, Co-Solve.


Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 2: Workplace Psychological Health Compliance with Dr. Libby Brook, WorkSafe Victoria


Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 3: Project Steering Committee. Worker & Management Perspectives on Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & WellbeingCollaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing.


Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 4: Prof Michelle Tuckey, University of South Australia. Preventing Workplace Bullying & Harassment.


Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 5: An Integrated Approach to Managing Psychological Risks at Work, Prof Tony LaMontagne, Deakin University & Andrea Shaw.

Collaboration & Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing - Session 6: Sustaining Cooperative Mentally Healthy Workplaces, Prof Mark Bray, University of Newcastle, & Prof Johanna Macneil, RMIT University.

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