Health, wellbeing and safety information sessions
WorkSafe Tasmania in conjunction with beyondblue are holding a number of free sessions during March.
- session target audiences when registering
- Those attending breakfast sessions are encouraged to register for other information sessions
- Additional beyondblue training information
Building mentally fit workplaces
Target audience: Employers, workers, managers, supervisors
Burnie Thursday 20 March, Breakfast served from 7am. Session 7.25-8.55am
Launceston Friday 21 March, Breakfast served from 7am. Session 7.25-8.55am
Hobart, Thursday 27 March, Breakfast served from 7am. Session 7.25-8.55am
- enhance your understanding of mental health and how prevalent stress and low mood is in the workplace
- give practical examples and steps to create a more open culture
- provide strategies and tools for developing and maintaining health and wellness in the workplace.
Organisational Awareness – Mental Health in the Workplace
Target audience: Staff at all levels within the workplace (max 25 participants)
Burnie Thursday 20 March, 9.15-10.15am
Launceston Friday 21 March, 9.15-10.15am
Hobart Thursday 27 March, 9.15-10.15am
- increase awareness among staff members about depression and anxiety disorders
- more awareness on the impact and support for mental wellbeing.
Manager Awareness, impact and action – Mental health in the workplace
Target audience: Managers, supervisors & team leaders
Burnie Thursday 20 March, 11am-2pm
Launceston Friday 21 March, 9.15am-12.15pm
Hobart Thursday 27 March, 9.15am-12.15pm
Morning tea provided.
- for managers to enhance their knowledge of the impact of the most common mental health problems for individuals, the workplace environment and the organisation as a whole
- developing management strategies to address mental health in the workplace.
Senior Executive Briefing - Mental health in the workplace
Target audience: Executives & Senior management (Maximum 25 participants)
Launceston Friday 21 March, 10.45–11.30am
Hobart Thursday 27 March, 1–1.45pm
- highlight the importance of mental health in the workplace to senior executives/senior management
- The present a business case for tackling the most common mental health problems in the workplace and leadership strategies to address mental health in the workplace.
Burnie: The Point 'West Park Oval
Launceston: Country Club Tasmania, Country Club Ave, Prospect Vale
Hobart: Wrest Point, 410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay