The World Health Organization (WHO) declared 10 October as World Mental Health Day, with the aim of raising awareness of mental health problems worldwide and encouraging investment in the support system for this segment of human health.
In addition to other health problems that have been affected by the current pandemic, mental health is one of the aspects of human health that has been particularly affected, and it is estimated that one in eight people in the world lived with a mental disorder even in the period before the pandemic. A complicating factor in preventing mental disorders and maintaining mental health is that the time, services, skills and financial resources available for mental health are far below what is needed, especially in low- and middle-income countries.
The theme of 2022 World Mental Health Day, is „Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority”.
At the end of last year, the Institute for Standardization of Serbia published a standard in the Serbian language that relates precisely to this area and that provides a series of guidelines and practical recommendations for managing risks related to safety and health at work, which are caused by psychosocial factors. It is about the standard SRPS ISO 45003:2021, Occupational health and safety management — Psychological health and safety at work — Guidelines for managing psychosocial risks.
Today, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, the Institute for Standardization of Serbia would like to announce the realization of a promotional webinar with the topic: „Interpretation of the guidelines of SRPS ISO 45003:2021”, which will be realized after the registration of a sufficient number of interested participants.
Who is the webinar intended for?
The webinar is intended for both - management representatives and employees, management representatives for the occupational health and safety management system, management representatives for integrated management systems (IMS), management representatives for other management systems (QMS and EMS), internal management system auditors, as well as to everyone who deals with safety and health at work.
This webinar will cover the following specific topics:
The lecturers at this webinar are:
Vladimir J. Simić, lead auditor and lecturer (QMS, EMS, EnMS, OHSAS), QMS consultant;
Mr Mirjana Mirković-Đorđević, Head of the ISS Division for Chemical Technologies, Agriculture, Forestry, Safety, Environment and General Standards, ISS NTC CASCO technical secretary, lead QMS auditor.
All interested in this training can apply via the link: https://forms.gle/g6FXWJf8SJgZLh1S7.
After the group of participants is formed, we will inform you about the exact date of the webinar and provide you with a precise training program.
You can get all additional information by phone: 011/3409 340, 011/3409-390 or e-mail: email@example.com.