AMCA Safety Month 2021

There’s no denying that the past 18 months have been challenging for all of us. In particular, with half of Australia’s population in some form of lockdown in the previous couple of months, many are finding it increasingly difficult.

Yet as Australia’s vaccination rates continue to climb strongly and the promise of better times lies ahead, we can start to embark on the road to recovery – both economically and mentally.

There has never been a better time to take a temperature check of how you and those around you are travelling mentally.

This is the foundation of this year’s AMCA Safety Campaign, for National Safe Work Month 2021. 

Wellbeing doesn’t just happen. In conjunction with the Wellbeing Lab, an Australian organisation of leading psychologists, we have compiled a full suite of resources and information which you can use in your workplace to encourage healthy mental wellbeing, and to identify any concerning signs.

 

Central to the campaign is the PERMAH Survey. Developed by a leading group of Australian psychologists, the survey measures individuals’ mental wellbeing in a completely confidential environment.

Upon completing the survey (which only takes about 5 minutes), the individual immediately receives a wellbeing report with insights into their personal mental wellbeing, and actionable insights.

The survey is a meaningful way for you to look after your mates, using the results as an important conversation starter.

 

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Unmissable workshops

Topping up the Tank

Reset your stress cycle by creating micro, meso, and macro moments of recovery and rest.

Download the resources:

Playbook ⇩
Slides ⇩
Poster ⇩

How to Stress Less

Learn how to choose the stress responses that serve you best and enable you to learn, grow and connect.

Download the resources:

Playbook ⇩
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Poster ⇩

Where do we go from here?

Gain real insights to how our industry is surviving the pandemic.

When: Thursday 28 October, 10 am AEST

 

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Short, insightful reads

How you can embrace uncertainty

Studies have found that your brain is uniquely vulnerable to uncertainty. Fear of the unknown is what gives rise to all the other fears you experience.

 

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Why self-care fails to deal with burnout

Is your team feeling exhausted and overwhelmed when it comes to work?  It's not surprising that workplaces are reporting increasing levels of burnout.

 

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Can understanding your brain make you a better leader?

Do you feel like a natural-born leader? Or are you, like most of us, piecing together your leadership skills by observing great and not-so-great leaders in your network?

 

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Can you think your way to wellbeing?

We all have that little voice that worries away inside our heads in an effort to keep us alert and safe. But let’s face it, it can hold us back and weigh us down.

 

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Dealing with people: post-pandemic struggle

As workers head back to their offices, a new study has found that "dealing with people" has become the most significant struggle workers are reporting.

 

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Can you thrive in the midst of change?

Is the pace of change wearing you out?  Are you fed up with falling short of your goals no matter how much resilience, determination and grit you put in?

 

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How can you plan for an unpredictable future?

Your best-laid plans: How much time, energy, and effort do you spend planning for what lies ahead for your team or organisation?

 

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