Beyondbullying was developed in 2007 when the understanding of workplace bullying was in its infancy. Since then we have contributed to increased awareness of what defines bullying, its causes and consequences, as well as what works in terms of interventions. We view workplace bullying as a workplace health and safety (WHS) issue which needs to be prevented and managed as part of an organisation's WHS duty of care using a risk management approach.
Dr Anne Wyatt
Anne Wyatt has practised for over thirty eight years as an occupational health, safety, management and education consultant. She has a background in the health sciences and education. She holds a Master degree and a Doctorate in occupational health and safety as well as a Graduate Diploma in Criminology from Sydney University. She is a qualified workplace mediator. Anne is regularly called as an expert witness in workplace bullying and occupational violence, as well as more general occupational health and safety matters. She has assisted many individuals, groups, teams and organisations with Occupational Health and Safety and related issues and currently conducts training, and consultancy in relation to the issue of psychological safety in the workplace.
Dr Carlo Caponecchia
Carlo is an expert in psychological hazards at work, with an undergraduate degree and PhD in Psychology. He teaches in the area of workplace safety and risk management at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Carlo’s research interests include psychological hazards at work; risk perception and communication, and other Human Factors issues such as training. Carlo is involved in several research-based consultancy projects with industry, and has provided training, consultancy and advice to a range of clients. Carlo is currently the President of the International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment (IAWBH). He is an advisor to beyondbullying.
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