Understanding psychosocial risks and hazards in the workplace
A psychosocial hazard is anything that relates to the design or management of work, the work environment, plant and equipment, or workplace interactions and behaviours. And managing psychosocial hazards and risks at work is just as important as managing physical risks.
Business Chamber Queensland has partnered with experts in this field, DWF to bring you a webinar that will:
- highlight your obligations based on the Work Health and Safety (Psychosocial Risks) Amendment Regulation 2022 (Qld) and the Managing the risk of psychosocial hazards at work Code of Practice 2022 that came into effect in Queensland on April 1, 2023.
- explain amendments to the WHS Legislation and Codes of Practice relating to psychosocial hazards
- outline common psychosocial hazards
- help you understand your duties as an employer in managing these hazards
- discuss how to address or avoid these hazards and the risks of not doing so
Topic: Understanding psychosocial risks and hazards in the workplace
Date: Friday, April 21, 2023
Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm
Business Chamber Queensland member price: FREE
Non-member: $75 (incl. GST)
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Don't miss the opportunity to learn about how to enhance your workplace environment and protect your employees against psychosocial hazards and your business against potential risks.
Dan is a Senior Consultant with DWF Risk who specialises in risk management frameworks, WHS management systems, training on WHS requirements, assurance activities including audits and inspections, and incident response/management.
Dan has led health and safety teams on projects spanning Australia and New Caledonia, with Project HSE Manager roles in tier one construction companies, Thiess and CPB Contractors, and mining conglomerate Vale.
He also has extensive corporate experience, having managed safety across multiple states for a defence contractor delivering facilities management and project services to Commonwealth defence bases. He also served as Group Manager of Business Process Governance at Thiess.
Mason is a Senior Associate in DWF's Employment Safety and Regulatory team. Mason provides legal advice and assistance to clients across a range of industries including health, education, construction, mining, agricultural, retail, transport, and professional services. Whilst Mason has significant experience across all aspects of WHS and employment law, his areas of particular expertise include:
- Challenging notices (improvement, prohibition, infringement and similar) issued by WHS Regulators
- Defending WHS prosecutions
- Advising clients on union right of entry issues, specifically where the Fair Work Act and state WHS/OHS legislation interact
- Advising clients on lawfully terminating employees
- Drafting contracts, policies and procedures