Safety At Work Talks
Safety At Work Talks - May 2019 - Eyewear

Safety At Work Talks - May 2019 - Eyewear

May 28, 2019

This episode was recorded at a recent safety trade show in Sydney Australia and contains an interview with one of the managers of a new mobile safety eyewear optometrist show. The service is another example of bringing safety products and services to worksites, similar to audiometric testing but this one includes both diagnosis and solutions.

Information on PSG Eyewear is available at https://psgeyewearmobile.com.au/ and more exclusive written OHS content is at the SafetyAtWorkBlog - https://safetyatworkblog.com/

Safety At Work Talks - December 2018

Safety At Work Talks - December 2018

May 13, 2019

This episode includes a conversation with Glen Poole, the CEO of the Australian Men's Health Forum while at the Australian Labor Party's National Conference in Adelaide on December 16 2018. We discuss the importance of men's health and the relevance of the workplace in generating and managing workplace mental health.

More information on this topic and workplace health and safety can be found at the SafetyAtWorkBlog

Safety At Work Talks - May 2019

Safety At Work Talks - May 2019

May 13, 2019

This short episode includes an update on the political status of OHS in the lead up to Australia's Federal Election and the upcoming Safety Institute National conference.

Safety At Work Talks - Episode 11

Safety At Work Talks - Episode 11

December 6, 2018

This episode is part 2 of my keynote presentation at the Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities Inspectors forum in Tasmania recently.

This podcast is an edited version of the second half of that presentation. This time I discuss the “primary duty of care”, the role of unions, the new work structures, Industrial manslaughter laws, the need to operate in a coordinated cooperative method across disciplines and organisations, notifiable psychological incidents and supply chains

Safety At Work Talks - Episode 10

Safety At Work Talks - Episode 10

December 2, 2018

Recently I was invited to provide a non-regulatory perspective and to be challenging and provocative at a conference in Tasmania. It was organised by WorkSafe Tasmania as part of the efforts by the Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities to strengthen the connections between workplace health and safety inspectors throughout Australia and New Zealand.

This podcast is an edited version of the first half of that presentation in which I talk about a little bit of business bullshit, resilience, the down side of “as far as is reasonably practicable” and psychological harm, and how this may affect the role of the Inspector.