WorkSafe Victoria’s WorkWell Program is championing leaders to create system-level change for preventing mental injuries. To do this, WorkWell has funded 30 projects from more than 18 different industries.
Hear from two of these projects, leaders in the public and healthcare sectors trialling projects to address vicarious trauma, job control and more. Join us for a case study of work-related mental health risks in these industries, including key challenges, solutions and lessons, and benefit from practical advice about what works to create mentally healthy workplaces.
Social Worker, Thriving in Health
Danielle Moss is a social worker, with over 20 years of clinical, education and leadership experience across Victorian public hospitals. She has spent a considerable amount of her career working in a clinical context with patients and families to help them navigate complex systems when they’re unwell.
As Project Officer on the CPSU’s Vicarious Trauma Prevention and Awareness Toolkit, Grace Norrie provided subject matter expertise on system-level vicarious trauma prevention. Alongside working with the project’s pilot sites, she focused on creating accessible resources for employers and employees.
Jennifer Fry is the Director of WorkWell at WorkSafe Victoria and leads a passionate and skilled team who have created the WorkWell suite of products improving the mental health of Victorian workplaces. Jennifer is an Occupational Therapist with a background in occupational rehabilitation, policy, research and public health.