Our weekly webinars are collaborations with prominent industry experts that focus on key issues within the health and safety industry. As the year comes to an end, take the time to revisit our most popular webinars of 2021.
The COVID 19 Vaccine – What are the Legal Issues for Employers?
Is it reasonable and lawful for an employer to require its employees to take the vaccine? What will be the issues around PPE? What will be the position around employees with allergies? What can an employer do if an employee refuses to take the vaccine? This is an evolving and challenging area of the law.
Critical Control Management – Unintended Consequences of Getting it Wrong! (6-Part Series)
This 6-part series provides simple and effective tips on how to deliver a CCM program. It includes case studies, shared learning, and guest speakers from several multinational organisations, like Lockheed Martin, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), and Natural Resource Australasia.
Running Effective Pre-Start Meetings
The importance of pre-starts and safety briefings should not be underestimated. When run effectively, they encourage two-way communication about safety hazards and controls, provide an open forum to discuss lessons learned, and highlight challenges and opportunities for improvement.
Critical Risk Management (CCM): A Practical Guide
Traditionally high-level risk management has focused on enterprise risk, recently many organisations are now focusing on high-consequence, low-frequency safety events, otherwise known as critical risk management.
Making Psychosocial Risk Management a Clear and Valuable Process in Your Organisation
This webinar will help you identify psychosocial factors that have the potential to cause harm to worker health in your organisation. You will learn how to manage the risk to reduce the potential for these hazards to occur, and if they do occur how to act appropriately to minimise the likelihood of harm.
myosh presents The Digital Bowtie + CCM
A game-changer in critical risk management – myosh present the Digital Bowtie together with our Critical Control Management Module and the Smart Inspection process.
Approving Risk Assessments – A Quick Guide For Managers
This webinar discusses: Why we assess risk; What good risk looks like; Why context is essential; What makes an effective control; Common pitfalls of the risk assessment; A quick quality checklist.
Driving a Positive Safety Culture
Investment in safety culture is crucial. Even with the right equipment, experience and systems, if your people lack the motivation to take responsibility for their own safety, it’s not a question of if an incident will occur, but when.
Critical Control Management – A Configuration Case Study with Mitchell Services
In the webinar, Josh Bryant demonstrates how Mitchell Services verifies thousands of critical controls every month with new Smart Inspection technology:
SHAPED Supervision – Redefining Front Line Safety Leadership
The primary purpose of a modern supervisor working in hazardous operations is to organise, manage, support and develop the team’s ability to work safely.
The Story of the Lopsided Critical Risk Bowtie
The bid to stop the unwanted event can lull an organisation into a false sense of confidence. It is easy to become imbued with misplaced confidence that the designed and assessed preventive Critical Controls will reduce the likelihood of something going wrong to almost zero.
Creating a Culture of Trust for a Psychologically Safe Workforce
The landscape of work is changing. Physical distancing, remote work arrangements and a shift in work focus mean we find ourselves needing to connect and interact with our teams in new and different ways.
Beyond TRIFR: Creating Meaningful and Measurable Lead Indicators for Safety
Businesses invest big in safety improvement initiatives, yet relatively few can pinpoint the positive effects of these on their safety culture. The natural tendency is to turn to lag indicators. And while not inherently bad, these measures only provide part of the picture.
From Reacting to Learning – The Next Step in Organisational Effectiveness
What gets measured gets done, or so we believe! Today many organisations are driven by KPI’s and dashboards. The result of this often means that we focus on efficiency, getting stuff done quickly, as opposed to being thorough.
Critical Controls – Safety Differently
This webinar explores human-centred design and the principles of safety differently to build and sustain operational effective critical controls.