Date: 11 August 2022
Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Venue: East Hotel
Address: 69 Canberra Ave, Kingston ACT 2604
Price: Free

All About Psychosocial Hazards

Understand, identify and minimise psychosocial hazards in the workplace.

Event: All About Psychosocial Hazards

When: Thursday 11 August, from 3pm

Where: East Hotel, 69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

Speakers: Bradley Cummins from Comcare and Justin Huntly from Recovery Partners

Price: Free! Afternoon tea included.

Register here for the event.


About the event

Join Recovery Partners on Thursday 11 August from 3pm at East Hotel in Canberra as we hear all about psychosocial hazards from Bradley Cummins.

In June this year, the national Model WHS Laws were amended to consider a wide range of matters, with a focus on psychosocial hazards.

The recent changes to the Model WHS Laws will likely soon be adopted by all states and territories.

The amendments included providing a definition of psychosocial hazards and clarifying duties in relation to psychosocial risks in the model WHS Regulations.

These risks range from bullying and harassment, to work demands and management.

The event will cover the changes to the new laws and help you understand exactly what psychosocial hazards are, how to identify them and most importantly, how to minimise them within the workplace.

About the speakers

Bradley Cummins

Bradley Cummins is currently performing duties as the Director of National Regulatory Programs within Comcare’s regulatory Operations Group. He has 15 years of experience in policing and has been working for the last seven years in roles in WHS Investigations and Psychosocial Regulation. Bradley is enthusiastic to promote the regulatory approach to managing psychosocial hazards in the Commonwealth.

Chi Ly

Chi is the General Manager of Safety at Recovery Partners. He has been in the Safety and Injury Management sector for over 14 years. He is a hands-on leader, having completed a Masters of OHS. Chi is client-focused and can think outside the box. He provides solutions that are practical, realistic and align with operational demands. Chi understands psychosocial hazards and how to minimise them in the workplace.

Justin Huntly is the Team Leader ACT at Recovery Partners and will facilitate the event.

Register here for the event.