Help us improve safety culture within manufacturing

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The Centre for Work Health and Safety is teaming up with the Griffith University Safety Science Innovation Lab to work on how we can improve safety culture within the manufacturing industry. We need your help!

We’ll be developing and trialling a safety culture toolkit that includes a free safety culture survey, results report and debriefing; as well as an online training course for supervisors and managers.

The toolkit will look to improve safety culture in the manufacturing sector, for different sized businesses across Australia.

By getting involved in this free project, you’ll receive significant benefits as a manager or business owner.

This exciting opportunity is open to manufacturing businesses throughout Australia. All we need is to talk with a few of your managers and workers to complete a short safety culture survey at two separate times (probably between May and October 2019).

A free online training course will also be made available for your leaders and workers to participate in. It would be great to have a main workplace contact to help you improve your business.

If you’d like to get involved in this project please contact the Project Lead, Dr Tristan Casey via tristan.casey@griffith.edu.au or the Centre for Work Health and Safety via contact@centreforwhs.nsw.gov.au

For more on this project click here.