Australia Day Special Offers
Steven I. Simon states, "Everyone does the safe thing whether anyone is watching or not". He is considered the "Father of safety culture" and believes that the foundation of a safe culture will begin when a company has a system of shared beliefs and values.
Australia Day is a day set aside to acknowledge our values as a nation of people from diverse backgrounds, who call Australia home.
We have two special offers to kick off your 2013 safety training that will assist you to optimise the safety culture in your organisation.
Induction of new employees and refresher training is made easy with the new Australian produced Induction Series 2012. Available on DVD or for delivery across your intranet and as elearning on your LMS.
Free BBC Disaster DVD Offer
Sir Brian Appleton, one of the assessors at the Piper Alpha inquiry, said, "Safety is not an intellectual exercise to keep us in work. It is a matter of life and death. It is the sum of our contributions to safety management that determines whether the people we work with live or die".
Spiral to Disaster: Piper Alpha training package
These two Australian produced DVD titles are ideal for situational awareness and risk management training. They have been widely used across a diverse range of industries.
Risk Maker - Risk Taker: A Manager's Guide to Risk
Training that fully integrates with the AS/NZS 31000 Risk Management Standard.
Buy both these titles and receive one free BBC Disaster Series training DVD of your choice from the list on our website.
Download the BBC Disaster Series brochure.
Free Book Offer
Buy either of these motivational safety DVDs and receive a free copy of the autobiography Out of the Ashes by Charlie Morecraft**.
Limited stock of books available so secure your order now.
Not just a title but a call to action, the Remember Charlie safety training DVD captures the audience with a common language, "Accidents don't happen to me. Accidents happen to someone else."
Hindsight: The Ken Woodward Story
Ken Woodward (OBE) is an engaging speaker who was noted as Europe's Leading Safety Speaker in 2012.
This is the story of one man, his family and his friends, when a tragic event occurred whilst Ken mixed two hazardous chemicals together for a routine cleaning procedure. It's a story of horror. Of regret. Of painful experience. And it's a story no viewer will ever forget.
Induction Series 2012
36 short (approximately 5 minutes) toolbox talks for induction or refresher safety training.
Hot topics for summer training sessions:
Skin cancers account for over two thirds of all cancers diagnosed in Australia.
Workers who are outside between the hours of 11am and 4pm (when ultra violet radiation is most intense) have an increased risk of skin cancer.
Hot work is a term used to describe tasks such as welding, thermal or oxygen cutting or heating, grinding, in fact any work that may create heat or a continuous stream of sparks.
Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives.
Everyone in their workplace should have a vested interest in the prevention of fire and be aware of what actions to take in the event of a fire.
Hot summer nights can interfere with sleep. Fatigue and insufficient sleep can put your health at risk in many ways.
Not only can it impact on your immune system, it can cause a loss of alertness, which in turn will effect your judgment, reactions, skill levels and safety. In fact, many safety incidents in the workplace are directly attributed to fatigue.
Other titles in this series:
Australian culture embraces the concept of a 'fair go' and a safer work environment gives everyone a 'fair go' at going home safe everyday.
from the FutureMedia team.