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Comprehensive new guide to improving your safety systems

Safetyshare has released a comprehensive guide to improving safety in the industrial workplace, including tips on integrating leadership, systems and behaviours to achieve ‘a culture of safety’.

The 101 Guide to Leading Safety Improvement is designed to help people and organisations prevent injuries and improve safety performance.

The 101 Guide to Leading Safety Improvement is a practical guide for leaders on leading safety improvement at work.

It is based on the Australian legal situation to help organisations and their people demonstrate due diligence.

The 101 Guide to Leading Safety Improvement is written for safety leaders — which is anyone involved in safety in a role where their actions can influence the safety of others. This includes directors, managers, supervisors, health and safety representatives, safety committee members, and safety professionals.

According to Safetyshare, the 101 Guide to Leading Safety Improvement is a unique publication. It is nearly 500 pages long and is divided into three parts to make it easier to digest. It offers case studies and practical safety tools and solutions.

The 101 Guide to Leading Safety Improvement was written by Safetyshare’s Director — Bob Reid. Red has extensive experience in operational management and safety management, with a 40-year career in extractive industries, waste management, manufacturing and health services. He has worked in roles ranging from shop floor roles to general management roles.

To purchase a copy, please complete the following order form, and mail it to Safetyshare Pty Ltd, PO Box 326, West Pennant Hills NSW 2125, or scan and email it to Safetyshare at admin@safetyshare.info. The copies will be delivered by Australia Post, and an invoice will be mailed to you for payment. For further information, please contact Safetyshare on 0419 475 496.

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