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    How wellness impacts safety - pain science

    This interactive session will explore how new ideas and findings in pain science and fatigue can help us to better understand accidents and how pain presents in the workplace.

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    The human cost of not speaking up. Psychological safety – not just nice but necessary! Naomi Armitage

    This resentation will look at how fostering a culture of psychological safety is important. The concept of psychological safety has been around since 1965 and it's a team construct. It only exists in teams, not necessarily across an entire organisation. When you have a psychologically safe environment in a team, there's a shared understanding in the team that it's safe to take an interpersonal risk.

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    Achieving mentally healthy workplaces through early intervention

    In this session, Dr Lorraine Stokes and Ngaire Graham explore how to create a culture of early intervention in order to achieve a mentally healthy workplace. You’ll find out why it’s a challenge when intervention doesn’t happen early enough and learn how to recognise the early warning signs of psychological distress and implement strategies to reduce the risk of harm to workers.

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    Preventing secondary psychological injury, Dr Curtis Gray

    This session explores how to minimise poor recovery and secondary injury after a claim for workers’ compensation is made.

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    Talking mental health with ex-Olympian Hayley Lewis

    Hayley shares her story during Safe Work Month 2020 and talks all things mental health, resilience and reflects on the highs and lows of her career.

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    Intelligence-enabled workplace health and safety

    For those at the forefront of work health and safety, Associate Professor Maureen Hassall explores some of the threats, opportunities and emergent risks associated with intelligence enabled WHS, and how advancements in technology may be optimised to improve WHS.

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    Managing the challenges of health and safety in a multigenerational workforce

    In this presentation, Dr Simone Ryan will discuss the biology, physiology and psychology of ageing and explore ways to design an age friendly workplace. She will discuss how to develop and build action plans to help retain the ‘ageing’ workforce along with their expertise, while implementing strategies to encourage younger employees to adhere to safe work practices early on in their career. Using a case study, Simone will guide you to understand better ways to manage the work environment, the individual, and their work/life balance.

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    Stress resilient leadership, and the why, how and what of workplace wellbeing

    This session focused on training managers to manage themselves and build their ‘stress resiliency’.

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    Managing the mental health impacts of remote and isolated work (panel discussion)

    How individuals and workplaces responded to and were impacted by COVID-19, and key learnings for remote and isolated workplaces.

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    Using cultural capability to create mentally healthy and safe workplaces

    Mark explores how cultural capability contributes to the creation of a mentally healthy and safe workplace.

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    Safety clutter and what to do about it

    This interactive session discusses how to identify safety clutter—the accumulation of safety procedures, documents, roles and activities that are performed in the name of safety but may not actually contribute to the safety of operational work and can even increase risk by creating negative beliefs and attitudes.