Occupational health & safety

  • Celebrating health and wellness by

    An increasing number of organisations are looking at health and wellness initiatives. Carole Goldsmith looks at how a number of organisations are getting their workforce involved in such initiatives

  • Risk management in practice by

    Risk identification, management and assessment processes are essential to a safe workplace. Carole Goldsmith speaks with a number of OHS professionals about their strategies for handling and assessing safety risks and hazards

  • Cutting the cultural risks by

    A corporate culture can say much about employee health, safety and wellbeing. Carole Goldsmith talks with National Australia Bank (NAB) and IBM, Australia & New Zealand (A&NZ) about cultural transformation and changing the behaviour of employees and managers

  • Spreading the word on OHS by

    There has been a significant increase in legislative requirements for employers to provide employee OHS awareness and training. Carole Goldsmith speaks with a number of training professionals about the best ways to spread the word on OHS

  • Recruiting top notch OHS professionals by

    Demand for good OHS professionals has increased significantly in recent times. Duane Tonkin, managing director of the National Safety Group, looks at some strategies for attracting and retaining good OHS professionals

  • Minimising employers’ liability for prior employment injuries by

    Reducing workers compensation costs is a challenge for many companies and their HR departments. WorkplaceOHS Publishers looks at some strategies to reduce such costs and examines how companies can nip OHS issues in the bud

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