World mental health day
Think Safe, Work Safe and Be Safe on Sunday 10 October - World Mental Health Day
Prioritising the management of psychosocial hazards to protect mental health at work is more important than ever. This week for National Safe Work Month, Safe Work Australia are promoting how to create a psychologically healthy and safe workplace.
You can recognise World Mental Health Day at your workplace by:
- visiting the University of Adelaide's Healthy Minds webpage
- enroling in the Mental Health Support program for the University of Adelaide
- participating in one of the many Wellbeing Events
- subscribing to the Wellbeing@Adelaide newsletter
- reading the infographic on Managing psychosocial hazards at work
- identifying, assessing and managing psychosocial risks at work using the free People at Work online tool
- participating in National Safe Work Month virtual events and initiatives in your region
- sharing our National Safe Work Month animations to encourage everyone to participate and make health and safety a priority in the workplace
- watching Safe Work Australia’s Dianah Brown, talk about psychosocial hazards and prevention of mental health in the workplace at the WorkSafe Tasmania Conference 2021.
- see the Mental Health webpage for further information including guidance on managing psychosocial hazards and related topics such as bullying and sexual harassment.
For more information, see Safe Work Australia’s National Safe Work Month website which includes links to support services.
Think safe, work safe and be safe this October and prevent psychosocial hazards to support and build a safe and healthy workplace.