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Ducab – When Enhancing Safety Culture Heats Up

By Dr Paul Johnston. Lead Consultant and Facilitator A Safety Dimensions recently had an opportunity to expand our relationship with Ducab [the Dubai Cable Company, a leading manufacturer of cabling], assisting them in enhancing their HSE culture via a Behavioural...

The Safety Journey With Costa Group

Costa Group is Australia’s largest horticultural company and a major supplier of produce to food retailers. With over 3,500 hectares of farmed land across Australia and more than 6,000 employees during peak seasonal periods, Costa values their employees and...

Victoria’s New OHS Regulations 2017

The new Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017 (OHS Regulations) and Equipment (Public Safety) Regulations 2017 (EPS Regulations) commenced in Victoria on 18 June 2017. You can access them here : OHS Regulations 2017 [PDF, 2.20MB] EPS Regulations 2017 [PDF,...

2016 National Report on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

The National Mental Health Commission’s 2016 National Report on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. >> Download the The 2016 National Report on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Get Help – 24 Hour Emergency Services Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14...

The challenge of sedentary work environments – how to stay healthy

WorkSafe Qld provides some tips on how to stay healthy and keep moving. Many workers spend a large part of their working day sitting, including administrative and call centre workers, as well as people in particular areas of sales and manufacturing. This is defined as...

Essendon air crash: what will the investigators be looking for?

Essendon air crash: what will the investigators be looking for? Geoffrey Dell, CQUniversity Australia Just before 9am on Feb 21st, a twin-engined Beechcraft B200 Super King Air turbo-prop aircraft took off from runway 17 at Essendon Airport outside Melbourne in...

Why we need a new science of safety

Why we need a new science of safety Philip Thomas, University of Bristol   It is often said that our approach to health and safety has gone mad. But the truth is that it needs to go scientific. Managing risk is ultimately linked to questions of engineering and...

Good Work Through Effective Leadership (Video)

Good Work Through Effective Leadership (Video) This Safe Work Australia film features three different perspectives on how workplace leaders can design good work and influence their safety culture, not only in their own business, but across their supply chain and the...