Webinar: Legal Insights on Psychosocial Safety Matters


The Australian Institute of Health & Safety invites you to join our upcoming webinar titled: Legal Insights on Psychosocial Safety matters  being held on Thursday 14 March.

Recent and anticipated legislative amendments regarding the management of psychosocial risks, including sexual harassment, as work health and safety risks has brought these matters firmly into the regulatory spotlight.  It is critical that employers and officers are well supported to navigate this increasingly complex landscape.

This session will help to identify the top 'need to know' issues about the psychosocial WHS legal framework, taking a deep dive into the practical implications for employers and navigating the recent legal changes and those that are likely to follow.

Learning Outcomes

Webinar participants will learn:

  • Updates on the officer due diligence duty
  • Clarity on the current status of psychosocial laws in each State and Territory
  • Tips for managing psychosocial risks following legislative changes and the introduction of Codes of Practice
  • Updates on regulatory trends and focus areas

Event Details

Date: Thursday 14 March
Time: 2:30 - 3:30pm AEDT
Cost: AIHS Member: Complimentary |Non Member $33 (incl. GST)
Format: One hour Zoom webinar 
CPD Points: 1 Point

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14/03/2024 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
AUS Eastern Summer Time
Online registration not available.

Deanna McMaster

MinterEllison Lawyers

Deanna is a Partner at MinterEllison who is passionate about WHS and brings a practical and commercial approach to managing legal risk. She works with organisations to proactively manage WHS issues, with a particular focus on safety governance and assurance, including the personal 'due diligence' obligations on officers, and contractor management. Deanna has been ranked by Doyle's Guide and Best Lawyers as a leading individual in safety legal practice.