Can you hear that sound? It’s the wake-up call for employers to manage psychosocial hazards

Lauren Finestone

The era of prioritising mental health and psychological safety in the workplace has arrived. There’s been a transformative shift in what employers are expected to do to manage psychosocial hazards at work.

In October 2021, Oshie Fagir, special counsel at Clayton Utz, was a panellist on a webinar hosted by that law firm about how employers should manage their psychosocial responsibilities. This article is a summary of his take on what recent legislative changes mean for employers in Australia. In Australia, an employer's duty under Work Health and Safety laws to ensure the health and safety of workers has remained unchanged for years. But a change ...

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Published 05 July, 2023 | Updated 18 July, 2023