This event is presented by WorkSafe Victoria.
Friday, 19 October 2018 from 9:00AM to 1:30PM (AEST)
Cabaret Room, GV Hotel, 223 High Street, Shepparton, 3630 - View Map
9:00am to 9:30am: Doors open
9:30am to 10:30am: BULLY ZERO™ Workplace Bullying Prevention Program
As experts in the area of bullying prevention, management, advocacy and policy, BULLY ZERO™ has developed an evidence-based program designed to assist
organisations to meet legislative requirements and ensure a safe and healthy workplace for their employees, contractors and other persons.
Topics covered include:
- Bullying v performance management,
- Employee and employer rights and responsibilities,
- Bystander phenomenon,
10:40am to 11:40am: WorkSafe WorkWell – supporting workplace mental health and wellbeing
Victorian's spend around a third of their time at work which is why mental health and wellbeing strategies have never been more important in our workplaces.
A positive workplace can improve morale, reduce absenteeism and increase productivity, which is good for everyone.
The WorkSafe WorkWell program is a website and online toolkit offering practical steps to create healthier, more positive workplaces that promote good mental health and prevent mental injury or illness.
The WorkWell program provides resources, actions and steps that can be tailored to your small to medium sized workplace. Find out how businesses are already utilising the toolkit and how you can benefit.
Presented by the WorkWell team.
11.40am to 12.00 noon: Lunch
12:00pm to 1:30pm: Occupational Violence and Aggression in Healthcare
Occupational Violence Aggression (OVA) has been recognised as a major concern within the healthcare sector.
This session will cover three important topics to highlight the work that is being done in this space to help address the issue, including:
- What WorkSafe is doing to help support organisations to address OVA
- The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation's (ANMF) 10 Point Plan to End Violence
- Dementia Australia programs to support health services and aged care providers caring for people with dementia in a way that reduces aggression and improves care outcomes