CMC Safety Advisor, Leo Zuna, said, “It is a message to all supervisors and workers to think about their role in ensuring safety on their site and the choices we make as we are conducting our business. It was pleasing to see the commitment and alignment to the core values of CMC.”
Injuries on site can be more than just a game changer. They can turn your whole world upside down. Yet employees seem to have been desensitised to the barrage of safety messages they are confronted with in the workplace, and complacency still remains one of the leading causes of site injury.
As part of a strategic HSEQ review, Savcor recently held a series of safety seminars to further build on our safety culture. Four seminars were held in October 2013 at locations in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Savcor employees were invited to attend, as well as selected customers.
Did you know that primary production is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world?
As part of its commitment to promoting a healthy and active community Scenic Rim Regional Council is staging a workshop and presentation with occupational health and safety advocate Hawk Vagg.
Hawk Vagg broke his neck in a workplace accident 14 years ago and uses his experience to talk to others about workplace safety in his job as a safety speaker. Mr Vagg fell from the bucket of a front-end loader onto his head and broke the C7 vertebra.