AIHS Member $350+GST
Join us on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd September 2022 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: Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd September 2022
Time: 08:30 - 16:00 AWST (Both days)
Location: Vocational Training Services - 2 Mackie St, Victoria Park Western Australia 6100 *(New Location)
Please note: All day parking is available in the King George Street, Car Park, located at 6 King George Street, Victoria Park.
Cost: AIHS Member $350+GST
CPD Points: 40
* Coffee & Tea, Morning tea, and a light lunch will be provided*
Alastair Milne, Post Grad in Business Psychology, a Mental Health First Aid instructor and holds qualifications in Safety, Coaching and Change.
Alastair is a Behavioural Consultant whose mission is to help people feel cared for by their group. He facilitates training, coaching and workshops to support individual growth in areas including Mental Health, Safety, Leadership and Sales.
Now into his 4th decade of worldwide industry experience across multiple disciplines, Alastair has always gravitated towards supporting growth in others. With extensive experience in Safety Leadership, he relates to the challenges of being a Safety Professional and uses his lived experience of Mental Illness to help create sustainable change in the management of psycho-social hazards. Alastair does this by quickly building and maintaining psychological safety in groups when delivering credible content.
This session is endorsed by the AIHS