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Centre for Safety

Quarter 2, 2015
Work Design: Creating work that's good for people and good for business
Is there such a thing as work that's good for people and good for business? It sounds difficult to achieve, but by using work design principles, you can improve employee well-being, which can in turn, boost outcomes such as productivity, innovation, proactivity and overall organisational performance.

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Download white paper (1.38 MB)
Research project webpage
 
Compliance: It's more than following the rules!
Typically, compliance is thought of as a black or white concept. You either comply with a rule, or you don't.
However, Centre for Safety researchers along with industry partners, have discovered that compliance is made up of various shades of grey. People comply with rules in different ways, and this can ultimately affect safety outcomes such as an employee's near misses.

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Download infographic (2.05 MB)
Research project webpage

 
Partnering for Global Impact
Over the last 2 years, the Centre for Safety in collaboration with the Accelerated Learning Lab has worked alongside industry partners to achieve global impact by supporting practical research projects and training for both developed and developing countries.

Download our global map of impact (0.58 MB)

New Research Partnerships
As we enter the third year of our partnership with Rio Tinto, we are pleased to announce ERGT Australia as an official industry sponsor. ERGT Australia are a leading commercial training organisation providing emergency response and safety skills training to high risk industries such as oil and gas.

These research partnerships will help to facilitate a transfer of knowledge and experience between industry and academia. We look forward to collaborating with our industry partners on innovative new research projects!
See our Collaborators webpage
Other News
We would like to congratulate our industry partner Rio Tinto and research collaborator BGC Contracting for having multiple programs as finalists in the 2015 CME Safety and Health Innovation Awards.

Well done to all the finalists, and we look forward to the announcement of category winners at the Innovation Awards Dinner held on the first evening of the 2015 CME Safety and Health Conference on 27 July.
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The Centre for Safety's first bi-annual update has been released and is downloadable here and on the Centre for Safety's website. The update contains detail on the Centre's activities since it's inauguration in August 2013, including information on research projects, dissemination activities, and partnerships.

Download August 2013-June 2015 Update (3.60 MB)
Bi-annual Updates webpage
 
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