We spend a third of our lives at work, so it is crucial to both our physical and mental well-being that this is a positive experience. But what does well-being in the workplace look like and how can you achieve it? At the UWA Centre for Safety, we recognise that well-being means not only remedying ill-health, but also promoting positive wellbeing. Organisational programs and cultures that are committed to fostering well-being, on top of preventing ill health will reap the benefits of a safer, more productive and engaged workforce.

Join the UWA Centre for Safety for breakfast, as we explore different perspectives on the impact of well-being at work, and the role of a proactive approach towards healthy and safe work.

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Who should attend?

  • Occupational health and safety professionals
  • Well-being professionals
  • Managers and leaders

Agenda for the morning:

  • 7am - 7.30am Networking
  • 7.30 Breakfast served and presentations start
  • 9am - Close

There will also be an opportunity for a Q&A session after presentations.

Speakers for the morning include:

Judith Hackitt, CBE (Chair of the UK Health and Safety Executive FREng) will draw on her vast experiences as a global expert in Health and Safety to discuss the importance of a proactive approach towards well-being in the workplace.

Greg Heylen, CEO of BGC Contracting, will join us in discussing BGC’s approach to promoting well-being in the workplace, and the strategic benefits that arise from such activities.

Professor Sharon Parker is a leading work design and well-being researcher and expert, as well as the Co-Director of the UWA Accelerated Learning Lab. Professor Parker will explore the importance of designing work that promotes well-being and prevents ill-health.

Professor Mark Griffin (Director, Centre for Safety) will discuss the relationships between well-being, safety and productivity at work. Professor Griffin is a world renowned safety leadership researcher and expert.

RSVP: Wednesday 4 November 2015