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For many people from countries which consider themselves somewhere at the front end of new ideas in health and safety, the launch of an international Vision Zero campaign supported by many countries at last week’s World Congress for Safety and Health at Work is raising both eyebrows and blood pressure.
The Malacca straight (above) is a busy place, and so is the World Congress for Safety and Health at Work. I was honoured yesterday to Chair the session on Compliance Strategies, with speakers from five countries in a room with more than 1000 delegates in attendance.
A large majority of organisations are adopting a reactive approach to the use of innovative technology for safety outcomes, according to an OHS futurist.
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in the UK and the Lacrosse building fire in Victoria, the government as well as the building and construction supply chain need to make a concerted effort to ensure safe and compliant use of building products, according to Master Builders Australia.
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This webinar will explore the obligations of a Director and Senior Health & Safety Professional within the regulatory scheme. Who is obligated to do what and where do they fit? What is the appropriate level of decision making when confronted with an OHS issue?
On behalf of the Safety Institute of Australia, the SIA Young Safety Professionals invite you to attend the inaugural YSP Speak 2017, which will be held on 21st October 2017 .
Within this session we will delve into the different schools of safety thought that have shaped the safety profession across different industries with a highly interactive format. The session will explore how important it is to understand and immerse ourselves in different perspectives in order to develop our own thinking.
This Thought Leadership Piece sets the scene for understanding the issue of language and communication strategies for safety. The NRSSP Webinar: “Talking Sense – Why language is the key to safety” will provide an overview of key language and communication strategies to assist organisations improve safety within their organisation.
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