New & Young Workers Safety

New & Young Workers Safety

All employees should be aware of WHS risks and responsibilities, and it is the duty of the employer to provide a safe and healthy work environment. Young workers (15 – 24 years old) form a significant portion of our workforce. They are, unfortunately, more prone to...
Leading & Lagging Indicators

Leading & Lagging Indicators

Most of us have heard of the saying “if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it”, as a result, most businesses require that metrics and indicators be established and regularly reported on. Reporting metrics have become an essential part of any management process...
Food Safety at the Workplace

Food Safety at the Workplace

When we consider safety within the workplace we often think of occupational hazards such as dangerous equipment and chemicals. But have you considered the importance of food safety? Unfortunately, offices are full of germs, and if you are not careful you could ingest...
Tis the season to be safe

Tis the season to be safe

It is that time of the year again, the season to be jolly, to catch up with family and friends, to be grateful for what we have and who we have to share it with. It is also the season to be safe so that all of these things can happen. You may not think of Christmas as...
Eye Safety

Eye Safety

Download PDF: ISPL Insight – Eye Safety Eye injuries in the workplace are very common, with more than 840 people making a serious eye injury claim in the year from 2014–2015, according to Safe Work Australia.  Our eyes are extremely delicate, and even minor eye...
Safe Travels – How to Arrive Home Safely

Safe Travels – How to Arrive Home Safely

Download PDF: ISPL Insight – Safety – Travelling to Work October is National Safety Work Month, so we thought it might be a good idea to look at the safety issues associated with travelling associated with work.  In a world where we can now travel from...