Reviewing Australian workplace standards
Presenter(s): Nathan Aust
WSP was engaged by Safe Work Australia to review 726 chemical. The objective of the review was to ensure the WES was up-to-date and based on the highest quality, contemporary evidence and supported by a rigorous scientific approach.
This webinar is designed to help you progress in your current field as an Occupation Hygienist.
This presentation is designed to bring awareness and a reinvigorated conversation on measurement uncertainty in analysis, and how it can silently impact upon our professional work.
A virtual tour of the basics of zoonoses, how they spread and what prevention and management look like.
Ideas on how to more effectively deal with day-to-day stress and develop the techniques of self-management and personal resilience;
What is the current position with the three issues: Engineered stone benchtops? Aftermath of the bushfire catastrophe? Coronavirus?
A look at silica risks in construction, alternative technologies for preventing dust, engineering controls and benefits of controlling dust.
With a renewed focus on respirable dust in the workplaces comes scrutiny of existing control systems designed to protect workers.
This session outlines Drone capabilities, applications and how they are being used to improve both health and safety at the workplace.
An urgent Occupational Hygiene message in the Workplace and how this is interlinked with leadership & mentoring.
This webinar focuses on the Surface Limits recommended by the Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances Committee.
This session provides an overview of NATA.
An overview of the lessons learned to support the management of silica dust on future demolition sites.