Psychological Injury Management in the Workplace Congress

6th Psychological Injury Management in the Workplace Congress

Managing psychological injuries through a strong focus on the individual

22-23 May 2019, Sydney

As increasing numbers of costly psychological injuries are reported in the workplace, organisations are rethinking their Workplace Health and Safety and Injury Management programs to account for psychological injuries. With an emphasis on skilling up leaders, normalising mental health and the importance of collaborating with employees as they return to work, this conference will explore advanced practical strategies in response to the growing trend of workplace claims lodged for psychological injuries. 

In its sixth year, the Psychological Injury Management in the Workplace congress will continue to provide key workplace strategies that maintain psychological health at both individual and organisational levels. Delegates will hear from senior level experts from industries with a high rate of psychological injuries that will share their experiences and effective practices including:

  • Reducing the number of psychological injuries through proactive prevention
  • Developing mental health literacy in the workplace
  • Improving workplace culture and reducing the stigma of psychological injuries
  • Removing the barriers to self reporting
  • Assessing the effectiveness of psychological wellbeing and injury management programs
  • Building and enacting the right wellbeing program for your organisation
  • Building resilience in employees at risk or repeat and prolonged traumas
  • Understanding psychological injury management from a psychologist’s perspective
  • Untangling multiple internal and external factors to better manage complex cases 
  • Mitigating the risk of secondary psychological injury post physical injury

International keynote address:

Misson to Mars: Identifying and reducing adverse behavioural conditions in unique environments

Dr Tom Williams, Element Scientist, Human Factor & Behavioural Performance, NASA

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