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Safe Design Saves Lives – Report

Data released by Safe Work Australia in the Work-related fatalities associated with unsafe design of machinery, plant and powered tools, 2006-2011 report indicates a high number of work-related fatalities could have been avoided if risks had been eliminated through...

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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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Work-related fatigue: a guide for employers from Work-Safe Victoria

Work-Safe Victoria has produced a guide on how to prevent workplace injuries to employees. According to the guide "Fatigue is an acute and/or ongoing state of exhaustion that leads to physical, mental or emotional exhaustion and prevents people from functioning safely...

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...

Undertaking a COVID-19 Risk Assessment for your workplace

Have you undertaken a current risk assessment to identify the risks associated with exposure to COVID-19 in your workplace? Safe Work Australia has published a downloadable checklist you can follow with the key considerations for identifying risks and control...

7 tips for keeping your remote working team safe and engaged

What does ‘work’ look like for you and your team in this current situation? If your team is working remotely or combining work in the office with work from home, there may be a lack of certainty about when we may all be able to return to work as we knew it, and when...

Need a break from Covid News? Take a virtual break in nature

Need a break from COVID news? Take a virtual tour in nature with explore.org nature cams from the comfort of your desktop.  Choose from a range of relaxing footage, from oceans to wildlife and nature sanctuaries all around the globe. Find hundreds of streams here:...

Workplace Manslaughter becomes law in Victoria on July 1st 2020

Victoria has made Workplace 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...

Why self-paced online training isn’t for everyone – and how LDN do online differently.

Hasn’t the world changed? In a short period, we now have a ‘new normal’. For some, this has meant working from home, for others, reduced hours, being stood down, or unfortunately retrenched. What has become certain is that life is uncertain. Yet, the need to expand...

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.(LDN will regularly update its COVID-19 response based on...

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...