Since late 2016, we have been working closely with Graeme Webster, WHS Manager at TAPS to develop extended online safety programs for their apprentices and trainees. Graeme has worked closely with the TAPS management team, industry and apprentices to develop a range of short courses that are delivered online to improve safety information across their apprentice and trainee workforce.
The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) is the Peak Council that represents retailers, processors and smallgoods manufacturers and is the only industry association representing the post-farm-gate Australian meat industry. AMIC represents its members on many committees – ranging from technical, food standards, food safety, communications and export – to ensure the best trading environment for members and the industry.
Founded in 1849, Yalumba is proudly Australia’s oldest family owned winery, based in Australia’s most famous wine region – The Barossa, with people and assets spread across the globe. Yalumba is a producer of distinctive wines of great character and provenance, marketed in Australia and internationally, as well as being a distributor with a portfolio of carefully selected fine wines, spirits and beers.
Do you work in an office or at a workstation?
Back posture and the use of an ergonomically setup workstation can mean the difference between working comfortably or living with back pain. Have a look at this video produced for Employers Mutual on how to setup a workstation or desk to best protect your back from injury or muscular pain.
Ergonomics expert Jo Bills from Physiolink provides the content to help you to setup and sit at a workstation and has some great advice which you can watch in this highly topical video.
In 2014, we were approached to help create an interactive video based program for SouthLink to help protect drivers against acts of aggression and antisocial behaviour. SouthLink employs around 700 bus drivers in areas from Gawler in the North to Sellicks Beach in the South and East to Mt Barker in the Adelaide Hills.
Over the last 10 years or so, I have been privileged to witness some amazing things happen and watched people shape their careers or life paths.
In the safety arena, I have filmed nearly 70 videos for Safe Work Awards and on each video met up to a dozen or more people behind the entry or their journey to a better safety outcome. When these people have their efforts recognised on video and are highlighted before their peers at events such as the Safe Work Awards, it generates a positive message and creates an affirmation in being safe for those around them.