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Investigating injuries from psychosocial hazards

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Technology Park Function Centre

Seminar Room 3

2 Brodie Hall Drive

Bentley, Western Australia 6102

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Unhealthy work related behaviours and stress can come in a variety of avenues, in person, via social media, email or via text/SMS. Stress that has such harmful effects is now being recognised as a major workplace issue with significant costs for organisations, individuals and their families. Work-related stress becomes a concern where it is intense or sustained for such a time that it causes ill-health, psychological injury and workers’ compensation claims. Where significant numbers of employees experience the effects of stress at work, the problem can assume organisational proportions.

This is a practical session where participants will develop and apply their knowledge of organisational risk factors that contribute to psychosocial hazards and learn how to conduct a risk assessment specifically for psychosocial hazards.

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Justine McGillivray - Senior Inspector/Scientific Officer, Human Factors and Ergonomics, WorkSafe, DMIRS

Afternoon tea will be provided.

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Technology Park Function Centre

Seminar Room 3

2 Brodie Hall Drive

Bentley, Western Australia 6102

Australia

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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