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Masterclass Online - Understanding Your Legal Obligations for Psychologically Safe Workplaces

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Everyone's talking about psychosocial hazards, what exactly do they mean and how do I get across them for my organisation? 

Participants will learn:

  • What is your duty of care?
  • Where do your legal responsibilities lie?
  • How to identify and manage psychosocial hazards/risks at work?
  • Proactive measures can you take to prevent harm.

The event is ideal for: 

  • Leaders and board members that want to get on the front foot.
  • Team managers who want to upskill in this area.
  • Team members responsible for Work, Health & Safety.
  • Staff or volunteers who want to upskill in this area.

There will also be ample time for Q&A, so bring your questions along.

The masterclass fees will all go towards the running costs of The Community Well online resource hub, powered by Benefolk Foundation.


Host / MC - Julia Keady, CEO/Founder, Benefolk 

Leanne Hart, Wellbeing Specialist, Benefolk 

Amrita Howell, Lawyer, Toop Workplace Law

This online Masterclass will be recorded


Ahead of the face-to-face training, NFPs can access The Community Well, which contains online resources tailored specifically to the needs of Australia’s not for profit, community and charity sector. The carefully curated content makes it easier for social sector leaders to prioritise wellbeing and take action around six pillars - prevent, protect, educate, enhance, crisis and recovery. Best of all, it’s free! Jump in here: www.benefolk.org/wellbeing

Benefolk Foundation is an Australian charity focused on seeing improved mental health and wellbeing outcomes for the Australian not-for-profit and charity sector. To get involved, or find out more, please reach out to our team at hello@benefolk.org

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