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Join us on Wednesday 22 June 2022 for the North West Sydney and Central Coast safety group meeting Topic: : Mental Health and Wellbeing – Strategy and Resources
In this session, we will focus on:
• Why Mental Health and Wellbeing is important.
• Considerations in developing a Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
• Available resource to assist in the management of Mental Health and Wellbeing in the workplace.
Speakers: This topic will be explored by Julio Bara from Clayton Utz and Jennifer Short from SafeWork NSW.
Julio Bara is the Senior Manager - Health, Safety and Wellbeing at Clayton Utz. Julio is responsible for the strategic development and management of Clayton Utz Health, Safety and Wellbeing Program. Within his role he takes on a human centric, results and data driven approach and bringing together different organisational functions, supply chain partners including insurers and brokers to better align the task to the board level. Julio is an experienced consulting professional with more than 12 years’ of health, safety and wellbeing management experience both in Australia and the UK. Julio has a degree in Human Movement (Clinical Exercise Physiology) and a Masters in Occupational Health and Safety (majoring in Health Management). He is an Exemplar Global accredited lead auditor in Integrated Management Systems (AS4801, ISO9001, ISO14001, including ISO 45001 and OHSAS 18001) and has completed numerous safety and risk management audits both locally and internationally. He is a Chartered Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and he is on the committee of the Health Benefits of Good Work signatory working group, and a Functional lead of the Corporate Mental Health Alliance.
Jennifer Short is a Principal inspector in the Psychosocial Team with SafeWork NSW. Jennifer started with WorkCover (now SafeWork NSW) in 2001 and has been instrumental in the development of guidance material and training for inspectors with respect to psychosocial hazards in the workplace. Jennifer is actively engaged in the provision of information through requested workshops and presentations on SWNSW engagement programs including the COP Managing Psychosocial Hazards at work. Jennifer has conducted multiple investigations relating to WHS breaches in the Psychosocial space in relation to Sexual Harassment, bullying and suicide in the workplace. Jennifer is an advocate for and actively promotes mentally healthy workplaces as this has significant benefits to both business and the community.
Date: Wednesday 22 June 2022
Time: 8:00am - 9:00am AEST
Format: Webinar: Login details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar.