Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.
Ep.55 Are injury rates statistically invalid?
Welcome back to the Safety of Work podcast! In this episode, we discuss whether total recordable injury rates are statistically invalid. Further, we talk about what that would mean on a practical level.
Ep.54 Do safety communication campaigns reduce injuries?
Welcome back to the Safety of Work podcast. Today, we discuss whether safety communication campaigns reduce injuries.
Ep.53 Do parachutes prevent injuries and deaths?
On today’s episode of Safety of Work, we discuss whether parachutes prevent injuries and deaths.
Ep.52 What is the relationship between safety climate and injuries?
On today’s episode we fulfill an earlier promise we made on a past episode and discuss the relationship between safety climate and injury.
Ep.51 How do experts manage fuzzy role boundaries?
On today’s episode, David gets the opportunity to speak with Dr. Tim Neale. Together, they discuss how experts manage fuzzy role boundaries.
Ep. 50 What is the relationship between safety work and the safety of work
On the fiftieth episode of the Safety of Work podcast, we discuss the relationship between safety work and the safety of work. In honor of this landmark number of episodes, we are going to use a paper we published together regarding this topic called, Safety Work Versus the Safety of Work. It seems fitting that the topic gets to the heart of what our show is all about.
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