Preventing work-related death and injury

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23 June 2015

Hundreds of people are still losing their lives each year in workplace accidents. This three-part video series exposes the common failures in health and safety systems that lead to accidents and injuries. It also explores the emerging issue of mental health and employers’ responsibilities to their employees.

Preventing work-related death and injury - Part 1: Fatality in the mining industry

Simon Billing recounts the real story of a fatality in the mining industry: how it happened, the failures that caused it, and why engaging contractors can expose businesses to higher safety risks.

Preventing work-related death and injury - Part 2: Managing both the physical safety and mental health of workers

Strong risk management is key to reducing workplace injuries. Siobhan Flores-Walsh explains the elements of an effective risk management system. She also explores the emerging issue of mental health in the workplace and employers’ responsibilities.


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