A free webinar will be held from 11am to 12noon on Tuesday 11 September in the framework of World Suicide Prevention Day 2018.
Learn about suicide prevention at work and join the conversation online with four expert panelists, who will answer your questions and share their knowledge and experience:
- Suicide prevention in Australia; the big picture and why we need suicide prevention at work
Nieves Murray, CEO Suicide Prevention Australia.
Throughout her 30+ year career, Nieves has been passionate about empowering vulnerable people to live good lives, free from stigma.
- What we know about suicide prevention at work and how the Heads Up program can help
Mark Leopold, Head of Workplace Engagement, beyondblue
Mark has 25 years of operational and management experience across a diverse array of industries. He joined beyondblue because he understands the benefits that professional men and women can gain by working in mentally healthy workplaces.
- Creating a culture where employees feel safe to talk about suicide at work
Chris Lockwood, National CEO, MATES in Construction, Mining & Energy
Chris has a passion for delivering better mental health outcomes for workers and reducing the incidence of suicide across construction, mining, energy and allied industries.
- The hallmarks of a mentally healthy workplace
Kevin Figueiredo, General Manager Group Safety Health & Wellbeing, Woolworths Group
Kevin is a safety, health and wellbeing professional with over 20 years’ experience implementing large-scale cultural change and business transformation programs in diverse, complex and multinational companies.
Asking R U OK? needs to be every day and, when that conversation gets too big for us to handle alone, we all need to be equipped with the tools and knowledge to get to that next level of support.
At the end of this session you will be better informed how to have those difficult conversations as well as how to navigate the numerous support avenues available to us in Australia.
More information and registrations on Redback Conferencing.