During this interactive session attendees will be taken on a journey to deepening understanding of well-being in the workplace. The session will be led by Jo Marshall who will share the story of success of key programs in Seafood including a Culture of Safety Program at the South Australian Research and Development Institute and the National Seafood Industry Mental Health Program – Stay Afloat. The Stay Afloat Program recently received a significant boost with Australia’s Federal Government committing to a significant expansion and extension for two years. A fully immersive workshop will see participants develop knowledge on key aspects of mental health and how mental health intersects with physical and psychological safety at work. From the basics of looking after ourselves, to the role of team and leadership in creating a mentally healthy and safe workplace, through to a highly interactive introduction to the innovative world first industry led Sensemaking program, audience members will be engaged at every stage. Expert panellists from across the Seafood Industry will help guide participation through sharing their experiences and learnings along the way. Panellists will include
Participants will leave not only with a greater understanding of the work that is being done in Australia, but methods of evaluation, emerging technologies and most importantly practical tools to action for their own wellbeing and safety and that of their teams.