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    Working Group | What to do about Psychosocial hazards?

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    What to do about Psychosocial hazards?

    Recent workplace safety legislation means all employers must now minimise or eliminate psychosocial hazards in the workplace.

    They include bullying, harassment, inadequate reward and recognition, isolation, job demands, and sexual harassment.

    This working group will include information to help all employees better understand and respond to these hazards to create a safe workplace.

    About the guest presenter:Β Β  Β 

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    Β  Β  LIZ TULLYΒ  Β 
    Β  Β  Mental Wealth at Work

    Β  Β Β LinkedIn Profile


    Liz has worked across a range of industries including pharmaceutical, travel, retail, telco and blue-collar workplaces.Β  With this experience and knowledge, and having founded her business Mental Wealth at Work, Liz now assists organisations across Australia to create more mentally healthy workplaces.

    Agenda:Β 
    09:55Β Β -Β  Log onto event
    10:00Β Β -Β  Introductions and topic framing
    10:30Β Β -Β Β Presentation, Breakouts and Q&AΒ 
    12:00Β Β -Β Β Event Close

    Who should attend?

    This event is open to IPA members only.
    As a member of IPA you can register up to 2 people,Β subject to availability, to attend this event.Β 
    This event is for IPA members only, there will be no public access to this event.

    When do I need to register by?

    Registrations close 2 days prior to event date.Β 
    Registrations are based on a "first-come, first-served" basis.Β 
    There are no allocated seats with membership.

    Who can I contact for further information?Β 

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    Samantha Jeffrey | National Engagement & Events Manager
    Β  Β  Β samantha@industrypartners.com.auΒ 
    Β  Β  Β 0438 058 823Β Β 


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