Organisations, managers and individuals all have different roles and responsibilities when it comes to supporting staff and managing psychosocial risk.
On this page you will find links to useful resources and services offered by Mandala Staff Support which are targeted at the organisational level – that is, the kinds of overarching systems, policies and funding allowances that need to be in place to enable effective psychosocial staff care and support across the cycle of a typical aid deployment.
For further information about any of our services for Organisations, please contact:
Kate Minto, Director & Senior Psychologist, Mandala Staff Support
Phone: (+61 3) 9005 0808
Email: [email protected]
Psychosocial Consultancy Services
Mandala Staff Support offers tailored consultancy services assisting aid and development organisations to develop, enhance and sustain their own in-house systems of staff support.
Psychosocial Risk Management Tool
The Psychosocial Risk Management Tool assists aid organisations to identify and manage the diverse range of psychosocial risks associated with field assignments or deployments.
Employee Assistance Programs
Mandala Staff Support is able to act as the preferred provider for organisational Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). We facilitate confidential counselling sessions for staff requiring a little extra support.
Workshop: Recruitment & Selection for International Deployments
This workshop is designed to help organisations maximise fit between candidate and role and minimise workplace stress and injury by improving organisational recruitment and selection procedures.
Guidelines for Managing Psychosocial Risk across the Assignment Cycle
The Guidelines support responsible OH&S and staff care practices in the aid sector by providing a comprehensive framework for systematically managing psychosocial risk.
Workshop: Psychosocial Staff Support
This one-day workshop introduces a systematic framework for assessing and managing psychosocial risks and staff support needs across the stages of a typical assignment or deployment cycle.