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Ebola the Evolving Epidemic (Webinar)

Security and Safety Leadership Webinar: Ebola the Evolving Epidemic Presented by Rashid A. Chotani, MD, MPH, DTM, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University Multiple countries in West Africa have been affected by the Ebola epidemic. As of October 2, 2014...

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What We Learned – SIA Sydney

What We Learned – SIA Sydney

Safety Dimensions at the Safety In Action Show: What we learned Phil Neville, Business Development Consultant, Safety Dimensions In years gone by, management of Health and Safety in the workplace was often addressed in an ad-hoc or reactive fashion. When things would...

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Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Week

It's Men's Health Week 9 -15 June! If it's time you, or a bloke in your life got something checked out - do it this week! Supported by the Men's Health Information and Resource Centre of UWS, the Department of Health and Beyond Blue, Men's Health Week has a direct...

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Amphlett’s awareness anthem

Amphlett’s awareness anthem

Chrissy Amphlett’s ‘I Touch Myself’ becomes a breast health awareness anthem On the 14th April 2014, the Cancer Council launched a video featuring leading female artists – Olivia Newton John, Megan Washington, Sarah McLeod, Katie Noonan, Sarah Blasko, Suze DeMarchi,...

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Are we legislating for accidents?

Are we legislating for accidents?

Are we legislating and managing for accidents? Observations of a safety professional. Dr Paul Johnston - Lead Consultant & Facilitator Safety Dimensions. WHS legislation and management frameworks are intended to jointly define a systematic means by which we keep...

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The Alarming Cost Of Stress

The Alarming Cost Of Stress

Safe Work Australia reports that the costs of mental stress-related claims in Australia is more than $10 billion per year. And it is estimated that the effects of stress on those who are at work but not performing to their potential costs Australian businesses a...

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Half empty or half full?

Half empty or half full?

A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired: “How heavy is this glass of...

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5 tips for working successfully with subcontractors

Organisations are increasingly including subcontractors in their internal training, so everyone is aligned under a single Health & Safety framework. Not only is this beneficial for alignment of safety behaviours, but from a WHS compliance perspective, you have a...

Our COVID-19 Response from LDN CEO Melissa Williams

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, our first and foremost focus is on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of our people, our clients, their staff and the wider community we all live in.Updated March 30, 2020.  (LDN will regularly update its...

Train your staff at home with LDN Interactive (LDN-i) – helping organisations train and develop staff while isolated

Safety Dimensions, Leadership Dimensions & Workplace Dimensions programs are now available through a facilitator-led, real-time, interactive training environment – via computer. We don’t offer pre-recorded online programs – just the same experience of our...

How to talk to kids about COVID-19 with resources for parents and children

How can parents and carers manage the questions, fears and concerns from children about COVID-19? We’ve put together some ideas, videos and a free downloadable resource for kids under 7 to help. With the world in the grip of the COVID-19 response, parents and carers...

Leading through uncertain times – how to be a leader through the COVID-19 response

How can leaders make things feel as normal as possible to support ‘business as usual’ when we’re certainly not in a ‘business as usual’ environment?  So here we are at the beginning of a seismic disruption to workplaces all around the world with the COVID-19 response....

Which industries have the highest rates of work-related harassment and bullying claims?

On February 28, 2020, Safe Work Australia released the 2019 ‘Psychosocial health and safety and bullying in Australian workplaces’ annual statement. Psychosocial health is the physical, mental and social state of a person. The nationally accepted definition of...

What happens in an unsafe work environment? (Video)

In this brief video, Simon Sinek looks at what a psychologically safe work environment looks like and what happens to people when we don't create a safe place at work. People need to feel safe enough to share their honest feelings with the confidence that their bosses...

Qantas safety video a trip down aviation memory lane

The new Qantas in-flight safety video ‘A Century of Safety’ spans 10 decades and showcases some of the moments that have made Qantas the world’s safest airline. The video takes passengers on a trip down memory lane, recreating the aircraft , uniforms and music from...

Dreamworld Coroner finds leadership culpable

On 25 October 2016, a tragic incident occurred on the Thunder River Rapids Ride (TRRR) at Dreamworld Theme Park, claiming four lives.   The 30-year-old TRRR ride was a water based family orientated ‘moderate thrill ride’ where patrons simulated white water...

Industrial manslaughter to become law in Victoria

Victoria has made Industrial Manslaughter a criminal offence and will now have the highest safety fine in the country with maximum penalties of $16.5m and 20 years jail. Victoria is the third state after ACT and Queensland to legislate to make Workplace Manslaughter a...