Key Steps And Considerations Thought-Leaders Need To Consider When Conducting Safety Research

Thursday April 27, 1PM-1.30PM

In this webinar, Michelle Oberg, research and implementation specialist from the Griffith University, will discuss the key steps and considerations thought leaders need to consider when conducting safety research in your organisation. Get an insight into the Woolworths experiment before her talk at the Safety Conference.

At the upcoming Safety Conference on September 5-6 she will be speaking on “Doing Safety better by Doing Less Safety”, in which she’ll share a different paradigm that is possibly more effective to view safety with looking at the context, not a matrix. Next to this, she’ll be going more in depth on the Woolworths Experiment.


The Safety Conference is a two-day, high profile conference for Safety leaders. As the premier conference of the year, the Safety Conference brings together Safety leaders in the health and safety profession, to encourage global involvement and networking across the two days. Over 700 delegates have attended the conference in the last two years to hear from regulators, thought-leaders and International keynotes who are making a difference in safety culture. This year’s program will explore key Health & Safety topics, by linking Safety Strategy, Leadership and Culture. Find out more here.

Co-located with the two conferences is the Safety in Action Trade show, Australia’s leading occupational health and safety event. The Safety in Action Show is trade only event and is free to attend. Find out more here