21 March 2019, 8:30am - 12:30pm

Rydges Hotel, 28 Albion Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010


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Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally.

However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the poor mental health of their workers. Price Waterhouse Coopers also report that every dollar spent on proactively addressing mental health in the workplace has been shown to equate to a direct return on investment of 230%. (Source: PWC 2014 // BeyondBlue 2018)

Organisations that empower workers to take responsibility and accountability for their own health and wellbeing significantly increase productivity, enhance workplace culture, and minimise the risk of workplace injuries and the associated costs.

P2 Group’s free Mental Health & Wellbeing workshop for managers assists organisations to meet their duty of care under the Occupational Health and Safety Act & WHS Act, and will enhance workplace morale and wellbeing.

Through a range of interactive activities, case studies, practical tools and facilitated discussions, the workshop helps enhance the capacity and confi dence of Managers in:

  • What is mental health and how to promote a healthy attitude?
  • Understanding stress and its impact on the workplace
  • Understanding and recognising the early warning signs and symptoms of mental health concerns
  • Early intervention and how to assist within the boundaries of the role
  • Legal and organisational requirements for reasonable adjustments
  • How to manage and support mental health claims
  • How to manage the impact of mental health claims on workplace culture
  • Developing mental health resilience through practical skills and tools to enhance personal wellbeing and the wellbeing of workers

This session is suited to Executives, HR professionals, injury management/OH&S teams and line managers/supervisors.

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Last updated: 24 January 2019