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Overcoming the tick & flick. The road to adaptive capacity

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Apr 12, 2021 2:56:01 PM

overcoming the safety tick n flick

Work as imagined (WAI) versus work as a done (WAD), some abstract terms, but really useful in terms of their implications. We could also refer to the terms collectively, a different label, the job perception gap.

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Topics: Safety Culture, Safety coaching, Safety Differently

Changes to Vic Compliance Codes

Posted by Deirdre McConn on Feb 7, 2020 9:40:34 AM

There have been minor amendments to 11 compliance codes made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 approved by the Minister for Workplace Safety, Jill Hennessy, which came into effect from the 19th December 2019.

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Topics: Safety coaching

How to communicate the safety message in Construction

Posted by Robert O'Neill on Jun 6, 2018 1:40:00 PM


513628781-280x240.jpgAccording to Herta A Murphy, Herbt W Hildebrandt and Jane P Thomas, authors and editors of Effective business communications, using ‘the seven Cs’ helps construction managers and workers to become better communicators by selecting the message content and style that best suits the purpose and recipient of a message.

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Topics: Safety coaching

Are your contractors getting the Safety message? Try the 7 C's

Posted by Robert O'Neill on May 18, 2017 10:57:29 AM


513628781-280x240.jpgAccording to Herta A Murphy, Herbt W Hildebrandt and Jane P Thomas, authors and editors of Effective business communications, using ‘the seven Cs’ helps managers and workers to become better communicators by selecting the message content and style that best suits the purpose and recipient of a message.

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Topics: Safety coaching

Becoming a health and safety coach

Posted by Robert O'Neill on May 18, 2017 10:08:20 AM

Working Hard-8.jpgFor many occupational health and safety practitioners, choosing to adopt a coaching style is a relatively easy step to take. You may attend a course or, by self-study, learn the basic principles and techniques. Through practice you can become increasingly competent, and by using trial and error plus reflection you may develop your own coaching model – an approach that suits your personal style.

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Topics: Safety coaching