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With states opening up, employers need to know their legal obligations.
Is a Critical Control Management program relevant for you?
Explore a replacement for existing safety climate and safety culture perception surveys.
Neurotransmitters and neural pathways impact health, safety choices, mental wellbeing and performance.
Discover a new definition of supervision and understand the elements of ‘SHAPED’ supervision.
What psychosocial factors have the potential to cause harm to worker health?
Organisations invest considerable effort to learn about how work is being undertaken.
How do we apply the principles of HOP in the workplace?
Get some hints and tips as to what to listen for that will indicate the type of conversation required in a given situation.
Organisations are now focusing on high-consequence, low-frequency safety events, known as Critical Control Management.
The bid to stop the unwanted event can lull an organisation into a false sense of confidence.
Water damage and subsequent mould growth can have lasting impacts to not only the health of occupants but also on the building structure itself.
Employers are facing a significant increase in serious mental health concerns within their workforces.
Mitchell Services uses the myosh Critical Control Management module to verify thousands of critical controls every month.
Using the myosh CCM module with Smart Inspections™ to manage critical control effectiveness, status, and reporting.
Discover some of the quick checks you can do to ensure your indoor environment is optimised for healthy working spaces.
This new module enables you to accurately establish and evaluate the risks associated with a Pandemic Event.
An introduction to Human & Organisational Performance (HOP).
What are the key elements that need to co-exist in any Wellbeing program in order to optimise results?
COVID-19: Time in environment, transmission, PPE, and disinfection.
Commonly used incident classification methodologies have resulted in adverse consequences.
How do you have supportive and constructive conversations with employees during uncertain times?
Why is investing in resilience training a smart business choice? Particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Compliance while observing distancing and hygiene requirements.
How sports-based injury prevention programs can apply in the workplace.
How can we design work that keeps employees well?
Building trust with employees and clients, plus promoting transparency and credibility
Learn how recent changes to the HVNL affect your organisation’s transport operations
What leadership styles and behaviours contribute to creating a culture of blame?
Join Andy Holmes as he discusses the transition to ISO 45001.
Dr. David Provan discusses the emerging theories of Safety II and Safety Differently.
A joint webinar from Bureau Veritas and myosh on the new global Standard
Practical solutions to incident investigation based on the theory of ‘Safety Differently’.
This moderated discussion showcases practicable and sustainable approaches.
The campaign for industrial manslaughter is back on the agenda around Australia
Dr. Matt Brearley discusses how heat-related stress is affecting your workers.
Staffing costs, under-utilisation, voluntary reductions in pay/hours, and redundancies.
What exactly is Safety Differently, different from? And what are the key principles?
Risk assessments can become a ‘cut & paste’ exercise which focus on ‘Safety Work’ rather than the ‘Safety of Work’.
What can we learn from two middle-aged men, their tinnie, and neuroscience about speaking up regarding safety?
October 22 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm AEST
This webinar will focus on different training methods for workers at construction sites.
The challenges, complexities and practicalities of effective risk control for RCS.
Personal health, mental fitness, and injury risk – learn how all of these are inextricably linked.
The assumptions, principles, and practices that underpin Safety Differently – drawing upon experiences and examples.
Many state regulators around Australia are paying close attention to the standards of asbestos work.
Explore some key leadership strategies and techniques to shift worker attitudes in uncertain times.
Use strategic planning around proactive interventions that work to progressively and consistently.
Explore the science of creating an inspiring vision and how to make a business-wide safety vision relevant.
In a crisis, how do you manage communications with a myriad of internal and external stakeholders?
There are four key areas of focus that are extremely useful to improve workplace health and wellbeing.
Join a facilitated discussion with an expert panel from Greencap.
You can have the best equipment, all the right systems and train your people, and still see a workforce disengaged with safety.
Managers have often delegated the responsibility to approve risk assessments within their organisation.
Explore the impact of production pressure on safety behaviour/climate and how best to balance these ideals.
Explore the science of trust and the skills required by safety leaders in the current climate of uncertainty.
A growing body of evidence demonstrates that workers are more prone to injury during hot weather.
Discover the key aspects of Safety-II and what they mean for the way we think about managing our organisations.
Investment in safety culture is crucial. Get a practical roadmap for setting your next cultural transformation project up for success
Understand the inherent challenges in most reward and recognition systems and how to overcome these.
What are the eight important considerations for OHS professionals looking to increase their impact?
Safety professionals need to be able to quickly build rapport and have their conversations count.
Key information for human resources, legal counsel, and senior executives.
Fires can have a devastating toll on businesses and communities, with far-reaching impacts.
Traditional WHS procedures are no match for the complexities of current-day business management.
Understand a bit more about the OHS Certification program, the application process, and the professional certification pathway.
How can safety professionals change the focus of their conversations and impact change fast?
Success will depend on our ability to anticipate and double down on our willingness to harness disruption.
In this webinar, Kelvin explores human-centred design and the principles of safety differently to build and sustain operational effective critical controls.
Tips on how your business can stay ahead of the changes, avoid enforcement actions, and come out on top.
3 key drivers of underreporting and how to strategically address each one.
All over the world, companies in a range of industries are beginning to benefit from the use of Learning Teams.
Most pre-starts are seen as a ‘tick and flick’ activity, with little engagement or input from the teams on the frontline.
LEAD4Safety is an innovative model of safety leadership, developed through active partnerships between safety science experts.
An introduction to Human and Organisational Performance and the Five Principles.
Explore the eight fundamental competencies required for strong safety leadership and where to focus for the greatest ROI.
Get some insights into the importance of self-coaching and some simple how-to tips for everyday implementation.
We often focus on efficiency, getting stuff done quickly, as opposed to being thorough.
Despite the best risk assessments, procedures, and people, we simply cannot prevent all incidents.
Businesses invest big in safety improvement initiatives, yet relatively few can pinpoint the positive effects of these on their safety culture.
Discover the concepts of user experience and human-centred design and how to harness them for operational safety excellence.
How can Safety leaders and professionals change the focus of their conversations and impact change fast?
This webinar provides an economic outlook of labour and materials and looks at factors impacting on poor contractor and supplier performance.
A high-level overview of how myosh works and integrates to help HSE professionals.
New myosh features and improvements to be released in 2020 and beyond.
Transform your data into intelligent visual charts, maps, and tables.
Protect your workers and minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading within your organisation
Enable continuous improvement and risk reduction in your business
Identify risks associated with any assessment type including plant, type, and site.
Schedule meetings, record minutes, and assign and track related actions.
List all hazardous chemicals along with an accompanying Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
Simplify the process of contractor engagement and compliance.
Learn how to create your own Inspections, Audits, and Checklists
Watch a full demo on myosh Incident Reporting and Investigation
Learn best practices so that you can dramatically improve your HSEQ productivity
How to use Asset Registers to track the whereabouts and status of equipment
Overview of Actions, Hazards, Incidents, Dashboard & Management Reports
myosh Online Learning was recently improved in a major upgrade
Identify and address non-conformance against ISO standards and local regulations.
Where each step of a task, potential hazard, risks and controls can be listed.
Create notifications based upon field conditions or hierarchy requirements
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