Mental Health & Wellbeing Sense-Making Framework: 

An actionable model to control psychosocial risks 

In this groundbreaking webinar, we will share the world’s first mental wellbeing by design framework. This will help you in applying ISO 45003 guidelines by empowering you to identify and manage risks to wellbeing and achieve business-level benefits by “good” work design.

Speakers: Dr. Hillary Bennett & Francois Barton


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What is the Mental Wellbeing by Design Framework?
  • A Framework that can help CEOs, executive or functional teams to discuss and assess how various work-related factors affect their mental wellbeing.
  • Identifies work-related factors that can harm, or protect, mental wellbeing at work.
  • Supports organisations to protect workers by increasing "good work" and reducing "toxic work".
  • Empowers you to apply the ISO 45003 mental health guidelines to your workplace.  

Join safety experts Dr Hillary Bennett and Francois Barton to uncover actionable steps that build a resilient workforce and strong organisational culture. 

What is ISO 45003?

ISO 45003, Occupational health and safety management – Psychological health and safety at work – Guidelines for managing psychosocial risks, gives guidance on managing psychological health and safety risks within an occupational health and safety management system. It addresses the many areas that can impact a worker’s psychological health, including ineffective communication, excessive pressure, poor leadership and organizational culture.

What will I learn by attending this event? 
  • Understand what mental wellbeing really means.
  • Why bother? - The cost of not thriving. The nature, and cost of mental harm in a workplace.
  • Understand the characteristics of wellbeing and psychosocial hazards.
  • How to protect mental health at work by using the Business Leaders’ Mental Wellbeing by Design framework.
  • Implications of the mental health continuum for developing mentally healthy workplaces
  • Understand characteristics of 'good work' design vs 'toxic work' design.
  • Obligations to prevent mental harm and opportunities for people to thrive.
  • Mental Wellbeing by Design
      • Identifying and managing risks to wellbeing
      • Designing for wellbeing through ‘good work’
      • How to apply ISO 45003 Guidelines using the Mental Wellbeing by Design Framework 
Who should attend this event?
  • WHS / OHS Leaders, Health & Safety Leaders, HR Leaders.
  • CEOs, Chief People Officers,  CXOs, Board Members, Senior Leadership Teams. 

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Meet the speakers

Hillary Bennett

Dr. Hillary Bennett

Partner, Leading Safety Ltd

Hillary is a PhD in psychology with 25 years’ experience working as a consulting psychologist in organisational settings throughout New Zealand and Australia. Her strength lies in the ability to translate complex theoretical constructs into effective interventions and useable, practical job aids.

Francois Barton

Francois Barton

Executive Director of Business Leaders’ Health & Safety Forum

Francois Barton leads the Business Leaders' Health and Safety Forum, one of New Zealand’s pioneering organisations, committed to transforming workplace health and safety. With his wealth of knowledge, he works closely with current leaders, educating them about effective safety leadership.'