1. OSHAcademy - Free online OSH training. Over 20 subjects including Accident Investigation. Online examination and low
cost course certificates.
Safety Risk Australia - a website wih a lot of free
interesting safety, health and risk management stuff.
3. PDF document "Management Principles". Included
in this are some “Principles of Management”.
They can be used when writing a text or within the context of training. A number of these principles can be attributed to Louis A. Allen and I learned quite a bit about management after buying my
first Allen book “The Management Profession”, back in the seventies. The principles also appear in other
4. A brief description of a project to improve the
safety management efforts of a chemical company in The Netherlands. The ISRS (International Safety Rating System) was used as a
Colleges, Australia Occupational Health Safety Training Creating a safe work environment is critical to
the success an efficient business, and is one of the best ways to retain staff and maximise productivity. Business
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This Diploma is suitable for those who currently manage or administrate OHS for their workplaces,
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Knowing and understanding the OHS laws enables businesses to form a strong foundation to achieve long-term
6. Safety, Health, Environment and Quality - Guide to
Managing Risk. 550-page book by Germain, Bird and Labuschagne. Published by ILCI (2011). ISBN
This book presents a systematic and practical approach to managing risks through the control of safety, health,
environmental and quality (SHEQ) incidents. Written for students, practitioners and leaders at all levels, this
book provides a valuable resource as you plan, develop, implement and improve your SHEQ programs. Whether
you manage SHEQ as an integrated system or as separate disciplines/management systems, this book can help make
a difference in your programs.This practical reference, presents the concepts, techniques, sample forms and actual
case studies to help you achieve success.