SafeWork SA is pleased to invite you all to our Safe Work Showcase being held at the Adelaide Showground.
Located in the Goyder Mezzanine, come along for a session or a day! You will hear from speakers across themes of positive workplace mental health, know your physical workplace risk, as well as others topics so check back to this page for all the latest details.
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9.00 – 12.30pm
Integrated Approaches - what it means for South Australia
Instead of narrowly focusing on just one health and safety issue, the concept of integrated approaches to workplace safety means the development and implementation of policies and practices that address the range of factors potentially impacting on worker health, safety and wellbeing, including mental, physical, environmental and organisational.
9.00 – 3.00pm
Creating a mentally healthy workplace
A mentally healthy workplace has a positive workplace culture where people feel supported and able to do their best work, regardless of whether or not they have a mental health condition. A mentally healthy workplace places the same importance on both mental and physical health and safety in the workplace (ReturnToWork SA 2018).
10.00 – 3.00 pm
Safe Work Showcase
Can’t make it to our Safe Work Showcase during business hours? This year we’re pleased to offer a condensed Saturday program that caters to workers, employers, industry groups and public servants across a range of industries and sectors.
Let us know which of the sessions you’d like to attend by selecting the number of tickets you require for each session (no need to book for the introduction to SafeWork SA, just turn up) ... you can join us for one, or all of them!
1.00 - 2.30pm
Know your risk – physical workplace safety
1.00 - 2.00pm
Psychological health and safety in the workplace: a national guide
3.00 – 4.00pm
How do people perform in complex, highly safety-critical environments?
3.00 – 4.30
4.00 - 5.30pm
Are you positively charged and resilient?
4.30 - 6.45 pm
Building the health and capability of young workers in South Australia
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