The People at Work psychosocial risk assessment tool provides a way for workplaces to identify their psychosocial risks, benchmark them and track improvements over time – for free! It helps identify key psychosocial hazards in the workplace and provides guidance on practical ways to manage them. It was developed in collaboration with Australian WHS regulators and leading researchers. This free risk assessment tool helps workplaces better identify and manage work-related risks to psychological health and compare themselves to other workplaces. The benefits of a systematic approach to psychological health include decreases in work-related injuries, illnesses, claims, absenteeism and turnover, and results in increases in engagement, productivity, job satisfaction and attraction of top talent. Positive psychological and physical health, worker satisfaction and greater business efficiencies can be assisted through good psychosocial risk assessments and effective design and management of work. The People at Work tool is easy to use and includes supporting resources for businesses to work through and interpret their results
Presenter : Nat Dunton
Chief Advisor – Psychological Health Team
Nat is a registered Psychologist and has spent 20 years combining her clinical and organisational systems knowledge across a range of industries including public, private and non-government sectors as well as providing clinical work in private practice.
Nat has worked in regional and remote areas and has extensive background working with emergency services first responders, critical incidents and disaster management including floods, cyclones and Christchurch earthquake in 2011 with Queensland Fire and Emergency services (QFES)
Currently, Nat is the Chief Advisor for Psychological Health within Work Health Safety Queensland (WHSQ) which operates at the industry level to design mentally healthy work and to strengthen the regulatory and risk management approaches to work-related psychological health and safety.This PD event will be delivered via Zoom.
Date and time: 14th July 2021, 18:00-19:00 AEST
Cost: Free for members, $30 for non-members
Registration is required. Details of how to attend the event will be sent to you once you have registered.
The event can count towards CPD.
Bookings are closed for this event.