28 April 2017 marks the World Day for Safety and Health at Work. This year, the annual international campaign hosted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO)
, promotes the prevention of accidents and incidents through optimising the collection and use of occupational safety and health data.
Committed to ensuring work health and safety compliance and driving a safety-focused culture, we’re continuously looking to work with our partners in various industries to reduce workplace accidents and support customers in achieving a positive cultural change. There are many resources out there which highlight the importance of optimising the collection and use of occupational safety and health data, and the urgent need for vastly improved national occupational health and safety (OHS) data.
Among the many resources available to ensure compliance and health and safety measures are maintained in the workplace, the Department of Petroleum and Mines
has provided some useful information and materials to help you stay on track with the latest health and safety news which you can find here
. Included is an OHS Body of Knowledge
page, which is a collective knowledge resource developed to provide a sound basis for OHS professionals to understand the causation and control of work-related fatalities, injury, disease and ill-health. This knowledge can be described in terms of key concepts and the application of these to facilitate a safe and healthy workplace.
For more information about World Day for Safety and Health at Work, and how you can ensure you maintain a safe, happy and healthy workplace, please visit the following websites:
- Safe Work Australia – World Day for Safety and Health at Work
- International Labour Organization – Accurate data will help save lives
- The United Nations – Optimize the collection and use of OSH data
- Department of Commerce – World Day for Safety and Health at Work
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