All seminars broadcast throughout 2018. Video Staying ahead of the game – Controlling silica exposure in tunnel construction Construction Manager Christian D’Hondt discusses his key learnings from delivering the tunnelling contract on Sydney Metro Northwest. Video The role of the client in the WHS landscape Sydney Metro Executive Director of Safety, Sustainability & Environment Executive Director Stephen Jones discusses the important role of the client in delivering positive health and safety outcomes. Video Shifting perceptions and outcomes in occupational health and wellbeing Kurt Warren, Head of HSE at Laing O’Rourke, discusses how they proactively embedded systems and resources to tackle the issue of illness prevention across their rail and infrastructure divisions. Video Collaborating with industry to tackle silica dust exposure Keith Bannerman from the Australasian Tunnelling Society presents some key issues facing the industry, and working together to address the challenge of silica dust control. Video Preventing illness and disease in tunnel construction workers Occupational Hygienist Kate Cole highlights international best practice in preventing illness and disease and practical steps to improve work health and safety in tunnelling projects. Video Controlling silica in the infrastructure sector Daniel Beavon provides an overview of SafeWork NSW’s current strategy targeting silica control in the infrastructure sector and the activities which support that strategy. Video Psychological health and safety in the workplace: a national guide In this presentation Dr Peta Miller discusses the drivers of Safe Work Australia’s new authoritative guidance material for addressing psychological workplace health and safety. Video Up in the air: WHS in aviation Learn how Qantas manages WHS risks in their complex and challenging commercial environment. Video Risk and profitability: Reflections and insights from Patrick Hudson Learn about what motivates organisations to improve their safety culture from an international safety expert. Video Best practice workers’ compensation for small business The workers’ compensation process can be complex. This complexity is amplified for small or micro businesses who have limited claims management experience, resources and cash flow.