Browse all of the different playlists covering many different topics relating to safe workplaces.
Whatever the industry, or workplace – everyone can join National Safe Work Month and commit to keeping people safe and healthy at work.
It’s easy to get involved! Visit safeworkmonth.swa.gov.au to download the campaign kit and WHS resources.
Find out what the Strategy means for workers, employers, health practitioners. rehab providers and claims managers.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2019.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2018.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2017.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2016.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2015.
All seminars broadcast throughout 2014.
A collection of videos to help employers and businesses celebrate National Safe Work Month in October.
For leaders and managers in any workplace or industry who want to improve their organisation’s safety performance.
For workers, leaders and businesses engaged in transporting freight using trucks on public roads.
For those who manage, grow, maintain and harvest Australia’s natural resources.
For those who perform manual tasks in any workplace or industry.
For those involved in building, altering or demolishing buildings, or in preparing building sites.
A collection of seminars focused on preventing workplace-caused disease and illness.
For leaders, workers, clinicians and practitioners who wish to build a mentally healthy workplace.
A collection of infographics and videos presenting the latest work health and safety data and statistics.
Featuring the latest ideas and techniques for designing healthy and safe work for all workers.
For those who are involved in work that may expose workers to noise that can contribute to hearing loss.
A collection of seminars on designing optimum return to work strategies that benefit both workers and employers.
For those who work in businesses that buy goods and merchandise and on-sell them to the public.
A collection of seminars for any industry about designing hazards out before they even enter the workplace.
For those who are involved in managing or working in industry networks, logistics and supply chains.
A collection of seminars focused on creating a safer work environment for young workers.
A collection of seminars on managing the risks caused by fatigue in the workplace.
A collection of seminars specifically to provide assistance to those in small business wishing to improve work health and safety.
For those who work with substances, mixtures and materials that may carry health and safety risks.
For those who support the wellbeing of individuals and communities through care, education, welfare and clinical services.
A collection of seminars for those working on oil refineries, at chemical plants and large fuel and chemical storage sites.
For those involved in transforming raw materials into finished goods using machines, tools, labour or chemical or biological processing.
For those who have an interest in work health and safety regulation – how, why, and innovative approaches.
A collection of seminars demonstrating the productivity benefits of good work health and safety
A collection of first-hand stories from leaders, employers and workers who discuss their personal WHS journeys.
A collection of seminars featuring the latest academic approaches to work health and safety.
Featuring business leaders, academics and WHS experts sharing ideas, experiences, skills and knowledge.
For those who work in remote or isolated environments or whose work is cognitively or administratively complex.
A collection of seminars discussing approaches to identifying, assessing and controlling hazards to health and safety in the workplace.
A collection of seminars exploring public administration and safety.
A collection of seminars addressing the work health and safety regulatory framework.
A collection of seminars presented by work health and safety experts, thought leaders and academics.
This National Safe Work Month, we hear from workers across our seven priority industries about their work health and safety experiences and focuses.
Please let us know.
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