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    Prevention and management of work-related violence - Mental Health Week 2018

    This presentation is on the prevention and management of work related violence.

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    Emotionally challenging work – managing the risk

    Mentally healthy workplaces build and maintain work practices, which promote and support positive mental health and minimise the risk of psychological injury. They benefit workers, their families, the wider community and in broader terms, the efficiency and profitability of businesses and industry.

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    Good work design for young workers

    The 'Good work design for young workers' webinar focused on influencers of health and safety for young people at work. You can listen and watch the webinar recording or view the presentation slides and transcript.

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    Engaging with your workers

    In this webinar presentation, David Whitefield, Director of People and Risk, will apply principles of social psychology to explore social arrangements in the workplace (including culture, language and leadership). You will learn how people make sense of risk, and how you can harness and shape this understanding to more effectively engage workers and increase their participation in workplace health and safety systems.

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    Workstations – sit less and move more in Queensland workplaces

    This 56min webinar discusses: the health risks of too much sitting; the relationship between sitting and exercise; strategies to reduce sitting time in workplaces; resources that are available.

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    The link between MSDs and psychosocial risk factors

    In this webinar presentation, Dr Jodi Oakman, Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University (LTU), will give an overview of current research evidence relating to the causes of MSDs, including the impact of psychosocial hazards. Additionally, she will present some of the findings from research currently being undertaken at LTU and discuss potential changes to the way MSD risks are managed.

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    ON Series: Overcoming barriers after a near death injury

    Bruce O'Grady was crushed in a forklift incident and suffered four fractured vertebrae, collapsed lungs, a broken pelvis, fractured ribs, damaged spleen and liver, crushed nerves from the waist down and partial bowel removal, as well as ongoing complications. Bruce's determination to return to work resulted in him receiving the Injured worker achievement award as part of the 2017 Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.

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    Minor injuries add up! Simple solutions to reduce your injuries and costs

    Simple solutions to reduce your injuries and costs. Presenters are Peter Westcott (Principal Inspector, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland),Cameron Mackay (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon), Brent Cunningham (Exercise Physiologist, Konekt), Ross McConaghy (partner, Jensen McConaghy Lawyer).

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    ON Series: Workplace violence and mental health

    Michael O'Hanlon from Beyondblue introduces the topic of workplace violence and the effects it has in the workplace and for workers returning to work.

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    ON Series: Workplace bullying and mental health

    Michael O'Hanlon from Beyondblue introduces the topic of workplace bullying and the barriers workers are faced with when returning to work.

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    ON Series: Hand injuries for small businesses

    Hand injuries are the most common for employees working in small businesses. Dr Cameron Mackay, hand surgeon and plastic reconstructive surgeon explains the complexities of rehabilitation for hand injuries.

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    ON Series: Endeavour - two key changes to get workers back to work faster

    In this webinar Yvonne Paye, Manager for Injury Management at the Endeavor Foundation discusses how the Endeavour Foundation manage injuries in the workplace and promote their ‘Recover at work program'.