We would like to thank the 300+ delegates who attended and participated in-person and virtually at the 2021 WorkSafe Tasmania Conference (held 28 July 2021).
Thank you to all our speakers and session facilitators for their insightful presentations and contribution to a very successful program:
- Professor Angela Martin, Menzies Institute for Medical Research: The global and national context for workplace mental health: Increasing focus on psychosocial risk management and mitigation
- Professor Alex Collie, Monash University: Work injury, suicide and self-harm: Findings and implications of a global evidence review
- Associate Professor Dr Sharron O’Neill, UNSW Canberra: WHS data: Business intelligence, distraction or fake news?
- Dianah Brown, Safe Work Australia: Managing psychosocial hazards at work
- Professor Peter Gahan, University of Melbourne: WHS data: Business intelligence, distraction or fake news?
- Roz Taylor, Respect at Work: Respect at work
- Dr Ian Snape, The Coaching Space: The doorstep pattern: Leave your baggage at the door
- Vallorie Hodges, University of Tasmania and Fiona McCarthy, Safety and Rehabilitation Professional: Prevention is not enough
- Mark Heaysman, Longitude6 Pty Ltd: Why technologies are not changing the number of workplace injuries or the cost associated with these injuries.
- Riley Bartholomew, Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation: Exercise therapy for mental illness in personal injury spheres: The journey and the destination
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