OPTIONS FOR BUSINESS


MANAGEMENT:

A. Conduct a one-hour interactive training session (minimum) to:
 
    1. Provide a brief insight into specific issues facing staff.
    2. Outline the OH&S risks for those staff, their colleagues and the consumer.
    3. Outline the OH&S responsibilities of management to effectively care for all staff.
    4. Outline the benefits of a more effective response.
    5. Provide a simple intervention flowchart to follow when managing staff going through personal upheaval.
    6. Provide a comprehensive Directory of Services for Men plus a specific list of local agencies and service providers that staff can be referred to.
    7. Identify a ‘Point Person’ in the firm that will take responsibility for implementing the response and/or providing the intervention to staff.

 

B. Provide ongoing support and advice to management or the Point Person. 

C. Provide complete case management of
staff members experiencing issues the Point Person is not equipped to deal with. 

 

STAFF:

A. Conduct a two-hour interactive training session on intervention to:

    1. Provide a brief insight into specific issues they and co-workers may face.
    2. Outline the OH&S risks for staff, their colleagues and consumers.
    3. Provide a simple intervention flowchart that the firm will follow when managing staff going through personal upheaval.
    4. Introduce the ‘Point Person’ in the firm that has been designated to assist staff through personal issues.
    5. Outline how staff could support their colleague without compromising the intervention.
    6. Advertise the following workshop/s on prevention.

B. Conduct selected two-hour interactive training session/s outlining prevention imperatives and strategies on:


    1. strengthening partner relationships.
    2. achieving a healthy work/life balance.
    3. managing stress and transition constructively.
    4. resolving conflict without violence.
    5. developing family communication and closeness.
    6. developing a support network and a commitment to access help early.

 

C. Provide all staff with relevant resources and support options:

    1. ‘HELP MATE’ pocket directory of services for men.
    2. Brochures  from Dads in Distress, Mensline and other appropriate services.
    3. Coaching for male or female staff from BETTER MEN Australia. Click here for details.


These options are a sample of what we can provide. If your situation requires other assistance please give us a call to discuss.


An initial obligation-free on-site discussion anywhere in the Melbourne region is FREE. Other locations upon negotiation.