About: Safety Culture
Safety Culture’s mission is to make Safety a way of life in the workplace. We aim to do this by creating simple and useable systems that will be used by workers. As one of Australia’s leading providers of Occupational Health and Safety services, SafetyCulture works with over 9000 clients across Australia and abroad and delivers Audit Forms, Online OHS Inductions, Safe Work Method Statements and OHS Systems every day through our network of qualified OHS Consultants. From the most basic OHS Systems for small business operators through to corporate branded Induction Platforms, SafetyCulture is committed to making safety – a way of life™. For more information feel free to call one of our friendly staff on 1300 306 604.
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Sep 6, 2015 at 5:00 pm, by Safety Culture
The Australian Mesothelioma Registry (AMR) has released its 4th annual report.The report focuses on mesothelioma cases diagnosed during 2014 and notified to the Registry up to 31 May 2015. According to the report, as at 31 May 2015: The AMR had received 641 notifications of people newly diagnosed with mesothelioma between 1 January and 31 Continue Reading
Sep 5, 2015 at 4:42 pm, by Safety Culture
Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion has told a WA mines inspector forum that the mining industry needs to prioritise workers’ safety because “every worker should return home safely to their family and friends at the end of each shift or swing”. “That’s an absolute right every worker should have, and a goal and expectation Continue Reading
Sep 5, 2015 at 9:20 am, by Safety Culture
Every businesses should have safe systems of work in place especially in workplaces where vehicles and pedestrians are present. WorkSafe issued this reminder after a number of recent incidents where people were injured or killed by vehicles or parts of vehicles, including ramps. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard on Thursday said that looking at the number Continue Reading
Sep 4, 2015 at 4:27 pm, by Safety Culture
The Department of Mines and Petroleum and State Development are co-hosting a series of briefings in the annual Africa Down Under resources conference in Perth this week. The conference opened on Thursday and has attracted African government Ministers, business leaders, and representatives of leading global resources companies and mining services industries. The briefings are being Continue Reading
Sep 3, 2015 at 4:01 pm, by Safety Culture
There is one more week left to comment on the future of explosives regulation before public comment period closes on 10 September 2015. All businesses, industries, workers and the wider community are reminded to send their comments on the Explosives Regulation in Australia: A Discussion Paper and Consultation Regulation Impact Statement. “SafeWork Australia is seeking Continue Reading
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