An international employer reinvigorated its safety observation program and culture by teaching workers to increase safe behaviours through clear, positive feedback, according to one of its senior safety managers.
Injured and ill workers should receive the same support regardless of whether their conditions are work- or non-work related, according to the safety, health and wellbeing director of a major employer that overhauled its return-to-work model.
Decisive leadership and a comprehensive removal strategy are crucial to a major employer's plan to eradicate asbestos from its sites by 2030, with 60,000 square metres of asbestos-containing materials already removed to date, according to its asbestos manager.
A major international company has secured AS/NZS 4801 certification across its Australian operations, under a process involving a third-party contractor management provider and ensuring alignment with the new global Standard for OHS management systems, ISO 45001.
By taking manual handling training out of the classroom and conducting it where work is actually performed, a major international company has engaged workers and sparked an ongoing decline in push, pull and lift injuries, its health and safety operations manager says.
A major employer that developed a new safety strategy in collaboration with contractors has reduced its total recordable injury frequency rate by 75 per cent, and won a national safety leadership award.
A national employer's early intervention program that ensures workplace injuries are triaged immediately after they are reported has resulted in more than four in every five injured workers being able to recover at work, its senior safety executive says.
An employer supported the mental wellbeing of its workforce and reduced injuries, as it tripled in size over 18 months, by sharing funny but serious video "chats" that improved workplace relationships.