Wednesday 11 May 2022 | 10.30am – 4.00pm AEST
Since 2019, the Tasmanian Emergency Services have combined together to redefine every aspect of supporting our people. The purpose of this masterclass is to describe the approach taken, the investments made, and the outcomes achieved. The forum will commence with an examination of the strategic approach. It will then look to the award-winning preventive program ‘MyPulse’.
Session two will look at something completely different – how The Australian Antarctic Division delivers wellbeing support to the expeditioners. The final session will focus on the Wellbeing Support response to the Hillcrest Primary School disaster that occurred in December 2021. The focus will be on the response plan and the lessons learnt.
This event has been sponsored by Stewart and Heaton, as part of the Leading Practice in Mental Health Award, announced at the virtual AFAC21 powered by INTERSCHUTZ in October 2021.
The topic has been chosen by the winner of the award, Tasmanian Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management and is supported by the AFAC Mental Health and Wellbeing Group.
This is a free AFAC event, participants are welcome to attend in-person in Sydney or virtually online.