Auckland: 27 November 2018
SKYCITY Convention Centre
EARLY BIRD PRICE: $595 + GST*
*Earlybird rate closes 16 October 2018
FULL PRICE: $650 + GST
The body of evidence pointing to the scale of New Zealand’s occupational health and wellbeing risk is difficult to ignore. Over 700 people die as a result of work-related illnesses a year, which doesn’t include the thousands of people harmed annually by stress, bullying and mental wellbeing issues.
However, getting health and wellbeing on the business agenda and taken seriously continues to be challenging. If we want our people to flourish and reach their full potential with the least exposure to harm, we need to create work and workplaces that acknowledges the physical, emotional and psychological needs of their workers.
- Evidence-based frameworks on wellbeing and preventative psychosocial risk management
- Managing trauma in the workplace
- Practical, pragmatic case studies on key occupational health risks such as fatigue and noise
- Examples of organisations who have not just removed the stigma from mental ill-health, but created environments where people feel comfortable bringing their whole self in to the workplace.