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Psychosocial Safety with Martyn Campbell

Rely’s Strategic Advisor, Professor Jane Burns and SafeWork SA’s Executive Director, Martyn Campbell, discuss:

  • The rise, cost and impact of psychological injury in the workplace
  • The role and responsibility of boards and senior executives in creating a psychologically safe workplace
  • From a regulator’s perspective, the importance of having a whistleblowing process to support a listen up, speak up culture
  • How to prevent, detect, respond to and learn from workplace incidents, such as bullying and harassment, that fall outside the regulatory definition of whistleblowing

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