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February 2017: Demystifying psychosocial risk

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Date & Time: Thursday 16 February 2017 at 12:00pm
Venue: Level 1, 333 Queen Street Melbourne (AMS Consulting Group)
Demystifying psychosocial risk
The emphasis on psychosocial risk in the workplace is fairly new in the area of health, safety and wellbeing. Although there has been a huge amount of research on it globally and locally, there is limited understanding on how to assess and manage it.
The subject will be discussed by occupational health specialist Dr Natasha Lazareski, who specialises in this area, on Thursday, 16 February 2017 at the Central Safety Group lunch.
She will outline what psychosocial risk is and how to assess it, and provide insight into some of the latest developments in this field.
Taking action can improve the workplace environment and culture by reducing things such as bullying, conflict, complaints, absenteeism, poor teamwork and mental health issues.
Natasha will talk about some of the most powerful and effective things organisations can do to control the impact of work-related stress and improve the mental wellbeing of their employees.

About the Speaker

Dr Natasha Lazareski is Managing Director of Psyflex, which provides expertise in workplace mental health and wellbeing.
She has been Health and Wellbeing Manager for a number of organisations including National Australia Bank and Ambulance Victoria. She has also worked as a medical officer for personal injury insurance and was National Manager of CGU Workers Compensation Injury Management Services.
Through Psyflex Natasha now develops programs for businesses in a range of industries as well as government organisations, schools, and health and emergency services.

PLEASE NOTE: This has been changed from Tuesday 14 February, now Thursday 16 February 2017

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