Managing the way work is done to improve psychological health and safety

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Webinar recorded 27 October 2023

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The most effective way to improve psychological health and safety is to look at how work is done.

WorkWell's Mental Health Improvement Fund has shown that simple changes to workplace policies, procedures, systems of work and job design can make a difference to psychological health and safety.

In this webinar workplaces will share their challenges, successes and practical insights to help your workplace take the next step towards a mentally safer workplace.

Mellissa Yong

Mellissa Yong

Senior Psychological Health and Safety Specialist, WorkSafe Victoria

Mellissa is a Senior Psychological Health and Safety Specialist/Inspector at WorkSafe. Mellissa is a Registered Psychologist with a Masters in Industrial and Organisational Psychology.

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David Stanley

David Stanley

Director, Convenience Advertising

David is a founding director of the Convenience Group, a public health agency, with three decades of experiences in international, national and community-based health interventions that seek to change and/or sustain positive health behaviours in key areas such as road safety, sexual health, perinatal health and reducing drug related harm.

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Danielle Moss

Danielle Moss

Consultant, Thriving in Health

Danielle has over 20 years' experience working in the Victorian public hospital system as a social work clinician, student educator, leader and project manager.

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