Employers and managers have a duty of care as part of occupational health and safety laws to prevent hazards that might contribute to workplace injuries. This book shows you how to meet these responsibilities using practical, sensible strategies based on a framework of:
• understanding what bullying and sexual harassment really mean,
• using a risk management approach to identify issues in the workplace,
• implementing procedures to control risk,
• taking action when things go wrong.
|Publisher:||Australian Academic Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Dr Moira Jenkins began her career as a clinical psychologist eventually shifting her focus to occupational health psychology. She is currently director at Aboto, a South Australian based HR consultancy she founded in 2005. Moira has worked as a mediator and conciliator, and was the Manager of the Complaint Handling Section of the South Australian Equal Opportunity Commission before entering private practice. She has postgraduate qualifications in mediation and conflict management and has undertaken conciliation training with the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. Moira regularly facilitates workshops and master classes, and presents throughout Australia on different aspects of preventing and addressing workplace bullying and harassment, and has had a number of publications in academic and professional journals. She still works part time in the area of clinical psychology.