Psychosocial Risk Factors – what are they and what can I do about them?
The Annual Members Forum will be hosted by Aon Hewitt, Level 33, 201 Kent Street, Sydney CBD
The theme for this year is ‘Psychosocial Risk Factors – what are they and what can I do about them?’. Good mental health at work is not just a ‘nice to have’, it’s essential. Come and find out more from experts in the field about strategies you can use to create a mentally healthy workplace.
Our special guests for the event are the Mental Health Commissioner for NSW John Feneley and the Small Business Commissioner for NSW Robyn Hobbs OAM.
Our MC for the event is Marty Wilson and our guest speakers include David Burroughs from Communicorp Group, Rachel Clements from the Centre for Corporate Health, Dr Nicola Reavley from the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, the University of Melbourne and Dr Anya Johnson and Dr Helena Nguyen from the University of Sydney Business School and member presentation from Alexandra Allars from CSIRO, Vicki Irvine from King & Wood Mallesons and Rowena Saheb from the University of Western Sydney.
The Corporate Health Provider exhibitors for the day will be Vitality Works, Springday, Corporate Bodies International, Centre for Corporate Health and Aon – Workplace Athlete Program.
We would also like to thank our event sponsors Optus (a WHPN member) and Vitality Works – Sanitarium Workplace Health.
Annual Members’ Forum Meeting Agenda
Monday 22 June 2015
MEETING VENUE: Aon Hewitt – Level 33, 201 Kent Street, Sydney
MEETING TIME: 8.30am – 4.00pm
9.00am MC’s Welcome – Marty Wilson
9.10am Acknowledgement of Country – Peter Trebilco OAM ED
9.15am Address from Mental Health Commissioner NSW – John Feneley
Mental Health Commission NSW
9.25am Welcome from Robyn Perkins, Managing Director of People Risk Aon Hewitt
9.35am NSW Small Business Commissioner Robyn Hobbs OAM
The Office of the Small Business Commissioner
9.45am Guest Speaker: David Burroughs, Managing Director and Principal Psychologist, CommuniCorp Group
“Psychosocial Risk Factors – Key Considerations for a Psychologically Safe and Healthy Workplace”
10.15am Member Speaker: Vicki Irvine, Mobility & Wellbeing Manager, King & Wood Mallesons
“Managing Mental Health in the Workplace”
10.35am Guest Speaker: Rachel Clements, Director of Psychological Services, Centre for Corporate Health
“Psychological and Social Support in the Workplace”
11.05am Mental Health Matters Awards Video/Morning Tea
11.35am Member Speaker: Alexandra Allars, Workplace Relations Manager, CSIRO
“Case study: CSIRO – Cultural and system change to address workplace bullying and psychological health.”
11.55pm Guest Speakers: Dr Anya Johnson and Dr Helena Nguyen, Lecturers in Work and Organisational Studies at The University of Sydney Business School
“Designing jobs and teams to achieve positive outcomes at work”
12.25pm Member Speaker: Rowena Saheb, Mental Health and Wellbeing Promotions Coordinator, University of Western Sydney
“Your Place, My Place, Our Workplace: A whole of person approach to primary prevention”
12.45pm Guest Speaker: Dr Nicola Reavley, NHMRC Career Development Fellow and Senior Research Fellow, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne
“Managing RTW following depression, anxiety or a related mental health problem”
2.00pm Sponsor Presentation by Vitality Works – Sanitarium Workplace Health
2.10pm MC Marty Wilson Book Giveaway
2.20pm Panel discussion: Psychosocial Risk Factors – what are they and what can I do about them? Good mental health at work is not just a ‘nice to have’, it’s essential.
- David Burroughs, CommuniCorp Group
- Dr Rachel Clements, Centre for Corporate Health
- Dr Nicola Reavley, University of Melbourne
2.50pm Afternoon Tea
3.10pm Panel discussion continues
3.45pm Wrap up by MC Marty Wilson
3.55pm Thank you from Sharon Leadbetter, WHPN Co-ordinator
Meet Workplace Health Exhibitors from:
- Vitality Works – Sanitarium Workplace Health
- Corporate Bodies International
- Centre for Corporate Health
- Aon – Workplace Athlete Program