AIHS Member $190+GST
Join us on Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th February for a two-day training course. This face-to-face course offers an introduction to psychosocial hazards in the workplace.
The course begins from the premise that most of us know something about mental health and mental illness and how work can affect us. This course will enable the learner to go to the next step of understanding what at work can affect our mental health.
Evidence-based and relating to safety in the workplace, this course will enable the learner to assess, control and review those control measures implemented for the psychosocial hazards in the workplace. The course demonstrates the application of risk-management principles to the identification & management of psychosocial risk.
By the completion of the course, you will understand what mental health and mental illness is, how to set up a process to assist in identifying psychosocial hazards within the workplace and how to risk assess those identified hazards and implement controls to those hazards.
The course is ideally suited to managers, supervisors, safety professionals, and those practitioners and professionals that are looking for an initial grounding in psychosocial risk.
Date: Monday 7th & Tuesday 8th February
Time: 08:30 - 16:00 AWST ( Both days)
Location: Murray House Resource Centre 14 James Street Pinjarra WA 6208
Cost: AIHS Member $190+GST | Non-Member $340+GST
CPD Point: 40
* Coffee & Tea, Morning tea, and a light lunch will be provided*
Darryl Johnson, Post Grad Mental Health Nursing, Post Grad OHS and Trainer Assessor.
Darryl Johnson is the developer and trainer of the psychosocial risk course, and he the owner and Director of Mental Health Journey Australia.
Darryl is a Registered Nurse and has Post Graduate qualifications in both Occupational Health and Safety as well as Mental Health Nursing as well as being a qualified Trainer Assessor.
Darryl has worked in many industries from manufacturing to the Australian Army and over the last 16 years within the oil and gas and mining sectors. Darryl has worked as a mental health nurse in the private, public and corrections sectors and currently does casual mental health nursing work at Royal Perth Hospital.
Darryl is passionate about workplace mental health. Darryl believes that by empowering people with education on mental health this is the key to breaking the cyclic nature of mental health-related workplace issues.
This session is endorsed by the AIHS