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How to Conduct a Workplace Health & Safety Audit

How to Conduct a Workplace Health & Safety Audit

A workplace health and safety audit is used to analyse where an organisation’s safety performance is at and where it needs to be. The gaps are an auditor’s observations that determine what needs to be done to improve safety. An auditor may be a internal employee or an...

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Toolbox Talk Topics – 10 Ideas for Your Next Talk

Toolbox Talk Topics – 10 Ideas for Your Next Talk

It can be hard to think of a toolbox talk topic for your next safety meeting if you’re in a hurry. If your shift starts in half an hour and you haven’t thought of a topic yet, it can be daunting. Fortunately, there are hundreds of safety topics you could cover. We’ve...

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What is Human Organisational Performance?

What is Human Organisational Performance?

Human Organisational Performance (HOP) is a different approach to safety that focuses on the human element. HOP is a philosophy that creates a local culture change for better system design. It assumes the human part is the most unpredictable factor and that human...

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Are All Accidents Really Preventable?

Are All Accidents Really Preventable?

Is it realistic to expect that workplace accidents are 100% preventable? Some people will argue that with the right systems and processes in place combined with adequate staff training there is no reason why a business shouldn’t be accident-free. On the other hand,...

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What Makes a High Reliability Organisation (HRO)?

What Makes a High Reliability Organisation (HRO)?

What is a High Reliability Organisation? High Reliability Organisations operate in hazardous, complex environments but are successful in avoiding catastrophic accidents. According to Safe Work Australia, the work-related fatality rate has decreased by 49% since its...

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Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate or Looking Good Index?

Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate or Looking Good Index?

Over the past decade, improved software and the move to accountability has led organisations to measure and analyse every part of the business. The health and safety of staff needed to be represented in statistical terms, so the Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate...

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