In this thought-provoking presentation, Naomi will look at how fostering a culture of health and safety is no longer seen as a nice to have, but a necessity and foundation for the overall performance of a business. And in this current climate, now more than ever, it’s critical for organisations to manage health and safety risk by designing psychologically safe work environments.
With over 20 years’ experience owning and operating a nation-wide employee assistance and fitness for work company, Naomi will look at what psychological safety is, the benefits your work environment can achieve and the key correlation it has to individual wellbeing, safety performance, productivity and innovation. She will also share some recent applications of psychological safety in the workplace and the power it has in action along with the implications for future health and safety organisational interventions.
Naomi Armitage has worked intimately within risk-based industries to develop and implement strategic programs to improve employee health, wellbeing and safety. Her experience has seen her work across all levels of organisations from developing strategic initiatives with executive leaders, to facilitating working groups, auditing internal processes and delivering frontline behaviour skills training. Naomi’s depth of experience in human behaviour and mindset and the ability to operationalise complex constructs in a practical and simple form has seen her being recognised as an industry expert in the sector.