Top Ten Mistakes We Can Make While Managing OHS By Alan Quilley The challenge of managing the many aspects of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) at our places of work at times can feel overwhelming. There are many legal, moral and financial reasons for us to pay attention to our OHS obligations. With all of… Read More Top Ten Mistakes We Can Make While Managing OHS
Don’t Eat The Play Doh Guest Post As the father of two children, I am no stranger to risk… Usually, this is the risk of having said two children jumping up and down on my stomach, or the risk of there being a sit-down mutiny before bedtime. Of course, when you become a parent suddenly… Read More Don’t Eat The Play Doh
4 Tips On How To Get Health and Safety Buy-In Guest post Workplace health and safety often gets a bad rep – just mention forms, paperwork, inspections, rules, procedures and watch eyes instantly begin to glaze over. Whilst this nature of the job can’t be changed, health and safety professionals sometimes don’t help themselves by… Read More 4 Tips On How To Get Health and Safety Buy-In
Who wants to be a safety professional? First published here: www.safetyrisk.net I have been following a trail of conversations on Linkedin in the SIA Group. There is a big push on to have safety people gain accreditation, and I have to ask myself why? The SIA is Victorian based, and a corporate body, represented primarily… Read More Who wants to be a safety professional?
A Clean Lab is a Safe Lab Laboratory Guide to Workplace Safety (NZ) 2015 – Released Laboratories are vulnerable to hazardous and dangerous situations. Therefore, it is essential that all risks are identified, assessed, monitored and reviewed to ensure a safe working environment for all workers. Due to this, Pro-Visual Publishing, in collaboration with Science… Read More A Clean Lab is a Safe Lab