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Safe Work Week 2012

  
Safe Work Week 2012 is South Australia's major program of occupational health, safety and welfare (OHS) related events. With more than 80 free workshops being held from 22 to 26 October 2012, tailored to meet the needs of employers, employees, contractors, health and safety representatives and OHS professionals there is something for everyone with an interest in safe, fair, productive working lives.
 
This year information sessions will focus on managing risks, workplace environment, priority industries as well as helping people understand the model work health safety legislation.
 
Sessions are booking out fast – Book online today
 
Safe Work Week will culminate in a celebration of true workplace safety champions at the Safe Work Awards on Friday 26 October 2012 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
 
Everyone with a commitment to workplace health and safety and ensuring safer, fairer more productive working lives for South Australians should attend the 2012 Safe Work Award gala dinner.
 
The panel of judges from SafeWork SA, SA Unions, Business SA and WorkCoverSA are now assessing award nominations with finalists and winners for each category to be announced at this gala event.
 
Help to celebrate and be inspired by the innovation, commitment and achievement of South Australia’s workplace safety champions by securing your place and booking on-line at:
http://www.safework.sa.gov.au/sw2012/dinner.html
 
South Australia's major OHS stakeholders, SafeWork SA, WorkCoverSA, Business SA, SA Unions, Australian Industry Group, Master Builders Association of South Australia and South Australian Farmers Federation are proud to stage this year’s Safe Work Week program.
 
Take 10 at 10 Take time out for your safety at work

People unable to attend a session can still participate in Safe Work Week by Taking 10@10.
By accessing information to inform discussion about a range of workplace safety issues everyone can run interactive 10-minute safety presentations on topics as wide and varied as:
  • basic OHS responsibilities
  • bullying
  • drugs and alcohol
  • forklifts
  • hazard identification and risk management
  • healthy workplaces
  • infection control 
  • manual handling
  • new and young workers
  • occupational stress
  • slips, trips and falls and
  • working hours.
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