workplace bullying management

Using Individual Assessments to Manage Workplace Bullying Injury Risk

Do you want to learn how to identify and manage workplace bullying health and safety risk as it relates to an individual employee in your organisation?

About the Workshop

This unique workshop is targeted to Health and Safety professionals who want to learn how to manage individualised workplace bullying risk and, therefore, the risk to your organisation or company.

Workplace bullying can result in significant psychosocial injury to targeted employees. The psychological impact often leads to physical symptoms. As the cause and impact can be very different for each person, it can be very difficult for you to manage the injury risk.

However, with the right knowledge and approach you can eliminate or mitigate the risk of injury.

This workshop helps you manage and prevent workplace bullying injury using an individualised assessment approach. This approach involves identifying the hazards and risks specific to a targeted individual through an assessment and developing a plan to prevent or minimise injury to them.

Read here for more information on this approach

In this workshop, you will learn

  • Legal definitions and behavioural characteristics of workplace bullying
  • The psychological and physical health impacts of workplace bullying on the target and their causes
  • Understanding why bullying occurs in the workplace
  • Systems for hazard identification and risk management of workplace bullying
  • The role of individual assessments in managing workplace bullying risk
  • How to complete an individual assessment to identify the risk
  • Construct and monitor an individual workplace bullying plan to mitigate or eliminate risk

This course is suitable for

Workplace health and safety professionals including managers, coordinators, advisers and workers

Course Dates

  • 6 June 2017 (Early bird rate closes 29 May) 
  • 9 August 2017 (Early bird rate closes 2 August) 


Early bird $495

Standard price $550


9.15am – 4.30pm


Level 18, 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 3000

More information

email or call 0402 355 195