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WORKSAFE WANT TO SPEAK WITH YOUR BOSS!

WorkSafe’s are hosting a Business Owners Breakfast where your boss can meet WorkSafe’s Executive Director of Health & Safety, Dr. Narelle Beer.

Dr Beer will provide insights into preventing workplace harm, improving outcomes for injured workers, supporting small business and challenges regarding mental health in the workplace.

This is a chance for your boss to learn the latest on workplace safety challenges, harm prevention and keeping your workplace safe, all year round.

The event is free and will be hosted by Cameron Ling. Friday 7 October, 7 to 9am at Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren. Breakfast provided

Get your boss to register here

OCTOBER IS HEALTH & SAFETY MONTH

WorkSafe’s Health and Safety month is back in October. This year’s theme is Connect, Learn and Share. All events are free, delivered as a series of webinars and face to face sessions including throughout regional Victoria, so everyone can participate.

 

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