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Congratulations – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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Congratulations to the eight subscribers who have won a copy each of David Provan’s wonderful book “A Field Guide to Safety ...

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Federal Safety Commission embraces mental health – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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The Office of the Federal Safety Commission is a weird beast.  It originated from Royal Commission in the ...

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New Hopkins book aimed at CEOs – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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Professor Andrew Hopkins‘ latest book “Sacrificing Safety – Lessons for Chief Executives” complements ...

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OHS Communication must be effective – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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Dr Kelly Jaunzems is writing her thesis on how we communicate on occupational health and safety issues. Her thesis has been embargoed for a few more ...

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Look to Enforceable Undertakings for OHS lessons – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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There are more work health and safety lessons from a Near Miss incident than a workplace death. There is also ...

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Cooperation, duty of care, jail, death and a simple message – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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The details of the death of disabled woman Ann Marie Smith are horrific. (Readers can look them up online but ...

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Chance to win an important OHS book – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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One of the best work health and safety books I have read is David Provan’s book – A Field Guide to Safety Professional Practice. ...

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On psychosocial hazards, HR and OHS are getting closer……. slowly – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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In narrow terms, the occupational health and safety (OHS) profession has largely neglected the management of psychological harm in workplaces. Human ...

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Another attack and death of a remote area nurse – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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In 2008 a remote area nurse was raped and assaulted in her work-related residence in Mabuiag Island in the ...

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Questions beyond the “new view” of safety – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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Dr Tristan Casey has written an interesting discussion paper about clarifying the landscape of work health and ...

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Chance to win an important OHS book – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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One of the best work health and safety books I have read is David Provan’s book – A Field Guide to Safety Professional Practice. ...

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Does OHS research have a Left and a Right? – SafetyAtWorkBlog
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Occupational health and safety (OHS) has had an uneasy ride in political debates in Australia, often because ...

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