Events

If you have an OHS related event you would like us to advertise, please email Renata with details, including cost, and where to RSVP.

* HSRs are entitled to attend this course every year subsequent to attending the Initial OHS training course.

OHS Training at the ACTU
The ACTU (Australian Council of Trade unions) runs training courses in occupational/workplace health and safety. These are the upcoming courses in Melbourne in 2019:

  • Preventing Workplace Bullying and Harassment (Note: a $25 fee will apply)
    Melbourne: August 8

Course information and applications can be found on the ACTU Website here.

For more information, email or phone Chris Hughes (03 9664 7389 Mon-Fri) or Anna Pupillo (03 9664 7334 Mon-Wed & Fri).

May 14: Central Safety Group lunchtime talk 
Prevention of mental injury at work – where can employers' best direct their efforts? 
Work-related mental injury is the second most common cause of workers' compensation claims in Australia, and accounts for around 13% of workers' compensation claims in Victoria. What can employers do to prevent mental injury in their workplace? Where can they best direct their efforts?

Claire Nivarovich, Director Mental Health Programs, WorkSafe Victoria, will outline common causes of mental injury at work, as well as employers' obligations under Victorian legislation to manage and control the risk.

When: 12:00-1:00pm, Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Where: Xchanging, Level 10, 390 La Trobe Street, Melbourne (near Queen Street)
Cost: attendance members free, non-members $10
Lunch (optional): sandwich and juice lunch $15
[Individual membership fee for 2019: $70]

RSVP by COB Friday 10 May. Book online now

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