Mat Hyde - Creating a culture of care

In this episode Mat shares with us how mining company's are creating a culture of care to keep their employees safe, not only in the physical sense, but psychologically too. Find out about the thirteen psychosocial risk factors in the workplace and learn how they may be impacting you and your team including a great resource with more detail. Mat also provides us with some great tips to us all as leaders on how we can work towards creating an environment where we feel supported at work. Guest Speaker - Mat Hyde Mat works for BHP, leading the regional approach to mental and physical health risks, in order to embed a care and human performance approach that enables a thriving workforce. He is particularly passionate about helping the workforce understand the important role we all play in the development and deployment of programs that make a very real difference to the health of our people and the culture of care within the company. A place of work that is truly inclusive, where everyone is valued, empowered, and enabled to be the best they can be. Host - Alina Arnold Alina is a Manager of Portfolio Strategy for Iron Ore at Rio Tinto. She has 15 years of international experience in the mining industry, including 8 years on remote mine sites in Western Australia in gold and iron ore operations. Alina is passionate about the mining industry and inclusion and diversity within the sector
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Mat Hyde - Creating a culture of care
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