Free World Suicide Prevention Day Webinar – Suicide Prevention Australia

11am to 12noon, Tuesday 11 September in honour of World Suicide Prevention Day 2018. Learn about suicide prevention at work and join the conversation online with four expert panelists.

Nieves Murray

Suicide prevention in Australia; the big picture and why we need suicide prevention at work Nieves Murray, CEO Suicide Prevention Australia. Throughout her 30+ year career, Nieves has been passionate about empowering vulnerable people to live good lives, free from stigma.

Mark Leopold

What we know about suicide prevention at work and how the Heads Up program can help Mark Leopold, Head of Workplace Engagement, beyondblue Mark has 25 years of operational and management experience across a diverse array of industries. He joined beyondblue because he understand the benefits that professional men and women can gain by working in mentally healthy workplaces.

Chris Lockwoord

Creating a culture where employees feel safe to talk about suicide at work Chris Lockwood, National CEO, MATES in Construction, Mining & Energy Chris has a passion for delivering better mental health outcomes for workers and reducing the incidence of suicide across construction, mining, energy and allied industries.

Kevin Fegueirdo

The hallmarks of a mentally healthy workplace Kevin Figueiredo, General Manager Group Safety Health & Wellbeing, Woolworths Group Kevin is a safety, health and wellbeing professional with over 20 years’ experience implementing large scale cultural change and business transformation programs in diverse, complex and multinational companies.

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With thanks to our webinar partner, Redback Conferencing. Suicide Prevention Australia remembers those we have lost to suicide and acknowledges the suffering suicide brings when it touches our lives. We are brought together by experience and are unified by hope.

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For help in Australia

CAPS – Talk Suicide Support Service – Free telephone and face to face support      1800 008 255

Salvation Army Care Line     1300 36 36 22

Reach Out     http://au.reachout.com/tough-times

Headspace     Register and chat now at eheadspace, or call 1800 650 890  Headspace

Lifeline    13 11 14

Mensline Australia 1300 78 99 78 (24 hour phone counselling and referral)

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636

Mates in Construction: 1300 642 111

QLife        1800 184 527    Phone & Chat  3.00 – 12.00 pm everyday

SANE Australia help

SANE Australia Helpline  –  Talk to a mental health professional (weekdays, 10am-10pm AEST) 1800 18 72 63

Helpline chat – Chat online with a mental health professional (weekdays 10am-10pm AEST)

Kids Help Line 1800 55 1800 (24 hour phone counselling)

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 (Professional call back service referral line operates seven days a week)

Veterans Line 1800 011 046 (after hours professional telephone crisis counselling for veterans and their families

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