Topic: Consulting

National Safety Strategy: 2023-2033

A new 10-year national strategy to reduce workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses in Australia has been released. The Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2023-2033 addresses ongoing and emerging challenges in work health and safety over the next decade, including managing psychosocial risks, the rise of artificial intelligence, automation and related technologies, and new types…

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Office Ergonomics

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]    Are you seated comfortably at your desk? Poor office ergonomics is the leading cause of musculoskeletal injuries, all of which are highly preventable with the correct procedures and training in place. The most common work-related injuries (41.9%) are due to sprain and strains, as a result of occupational overuse and poor ergonomic set…

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Safety Services

WHS Gap AnalysisAlthough there have been significant changes to workplace health & safety (WHS) laws nationally, employers who currently comply with the various health and safety laws across Australia will be well on their way to compliance with the new regulatory system. Risk ManagementIdentifying hazards in the workplace and managing risk is an essential part of…

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