Another successful Safety Supervisors Program was held in Western Australia on Friday 21 July.
This program has been developed to facilitate change and support at the supervisor level in organisations, as these safety practitioners have been identified as key influencer’s in assessing and controlling risk.
The aim of the program is to educate and empower supervisors/team managers to prevent safety related incidents and manage risk specific to their work environment.
Paralympian Brad Ness hosted this particular session, sharing his personal workplace story involving the loss of his leg.
Brad is committed to sharing his story to ensure safety is not something left to chance, rather something that is instilled in the culture of workplaces all over Australia.
“Mixing a PBF presenter’s real life story with an understanding of key OSH legislation and our own risk assessment processes and procedures, has helped our supervisor’s accountability, professional development and overall ownership for safety management at our workplace. Our supervisors now have a better understanding and motivation to identify, assess and manage risk in our workplace and they will help keep our people safer.” Serco FSH OSHE Team.
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