Psychosocial Safety and Business Risk Workshop

Plane Tree Centre | Adelaide Zoo

10 April 2024, 9:00am–4:30pm

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2-part psychosocial health and safety workshop: 10 + 16 April

This not-to-be-missed program will help you understand these changes and guidelines, as well as implement a psychologically safe work environment.

Late in 2023, new guidelines were introduced in South Australia outlining the employers responsibility to provide a psychologically safe workplace.

Employers now have a duty to ensure not only the health and safety of their workers, but also their mental health and psychosocial safety, by taking preventative action and intervening early.

Leaders often express concern that changes to the legislation will reduce their ability to effectively manage their people and achieve productivity.

This not-to-be-missed program will help you understand these changes and guidelines, as well as implement a psychologically safe work environment.

At this workshop Jo Marshall of Culturise will deepen the conversation to ensure that you and your team:

  • Understand the new WHS Regulations and Guidelines
  • Have practical tools to implement the guidelines in your organisation – without losing management control
  • Understand your responsibilities surrounding mental health and mental illness in the workplace
  • Answer many of the questions you have around workplace wellbeing – and common ones from across the wide range of organisations Culturise work with
  • Are equipped to very simply apply changes that not only meet the new guidelines, but improve team wellbeing and performance
  • Measure the impact to your bottom line
  • Register for the workshop and benefit from a 6 month long support program!

Food SA are proud to be working in collaboration with Wellbeing SA and Business SA to present this program developed specifically for the food and beverage industry in partnership with Culturise.

Program sessions

Session 1: IN PERSON (includes full day catering and free Zoo entry)

  • Fundamentals of wellbeing;
  • The link between wellbeing and high performance;
  • Psychosocial safety – the new rules and the impact of an inclusive culture; and
  • What wellbeing looks like – examples and case studies.

Attendance in person is strongly recommended, however if you are unable to, a virtual link will be provided at registration confirmation.

Session 2: ONLINE ONLY

An interactive session focused on taking the learnings of day one and sharing ideas, experiences, and stories between participants.

Participants will identify and create an understanding of what tools, care, networking, support, guides, and frameworks they can take back and implement now.

The group will also explore ways that Food SA can continue to lead wellbeing into the future.

Who should attend?

– Food or beverage business owners.
– Employers or managers of one or more employees.
– HR managers or workers.


With thanks to funding partners, this program at NO COST. Limited capacity applies.

Event Details

Date: SESSION 1 | Wednesday | 10 April 2024
SESSION 2 | Tuesday | 16 April 2024
Time:SESSION 1 | 9:00am – 4:30pm (in person)
SESSION 2 | 9:00am – 1:00pm (online only)
Venue:Plane Tree Centre (in person event)
Adelaide Zoo
Plane Tree Drive
Register to Attend

Event Address

Plane Tree Centre | Adelaide Zoo
Plane Tree Drive