Webinar: Mental health - how to recognise and transform culture in construction
Recognising and transforming culture in the construction industry has become essential to fostering a positive, inclusive, safe and innovative work environment.
The culture in the construction industry is diverse, with people coming from all walks of life to work together. We each bring a wide range of values, beliefs, and practices - and establishing a cohesive workplace requires a multi-faceted approach for better mental health outcomes and improved productivity.
The purpose of this webinar is to explore workplace psychosocial hazards and to equip you with insights that can be applied in your own workplace.
About the speakers:
Grant Fuller is a Health, Safety, and Wellbeing Manager with over a decade of management experience in the infrastructure construction industry. Grant’s current role is Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing with Laing O’Rourke, on the North East Link Project’s Southern Alliance.
Professor Luke Downey
Dr Luke Downey is a Professor of Neurocognition at Swinburne University and an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Institute for Breathing and Sleep at the Austin Hospital.
Professor Downey has published more than 120 peer-reviewed works and in 2018, authored the Swinburne University report ‘Measuring the Psychological Impact and Work-Related Stress and Related Occupational Factors in the Australian Infrastructure Construction Industry’ - resulting in the establishment of the Wellness in Infrastructure Initiative.
Please note - the live session is limited to 100 attendees only. Register now to avoid disappointment!
About the webinar:
Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm (AEDT)
Cost: AIQS Members - $35 (incl. GST) // AIQS Non-Members $50 (incl. GST)
CPD: 1 point
Register below for the live session (individual registrations). For group registrations please download our group registration form HERE and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for the recording, please click HERE