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Safety culture

OVERVIEW

Compliance with Work Health Safety (WHS) regulations is required by Australian legislation for all companies operating in Australia. Managing the safety of your employees and ensuring compliance is complicated. A workforce that achieves high safety and compliance standards will be invested in and understand what is needed creating a positive culture.

Skilful Decision’s Natalee Johnston is a qualified accident investigator and lead auditor. She understands the full costs of incidents and accidents and the regulatory compliance requirements expected.

Keep It Simple

Skilful Decisions can help you decipher process complexities to reduce frustrations and confusion, guiding you to a simpler, safer and more effective workplace. We can also assist in educating your workforce on why safety matters, why we behave and make decisions the way we do.

Influencing culture and promoting diversity can be as simple as changing the language we use. Switching from saying "Can't be what you can't see" to "if you can't see it, be it" can make all the difference, to encourage someone to be the first, promote inclusivity is the responsibility of us all.
Influencing culture and promoting diversity can be as simple as changing the language we use. Switching from saying "Can't be what you can't see" to "if you can't see it, be it" can make all the difference, to encourage someone to be the first, promote inclusivity is the responsibility of us all.

RECENT COLLABORATIONS

Presented to Air Services

Risk Management

Risk awareness has significantly grown in society but why is it important? Natalee shares her knowledge and personal experiences to reveal the significance of understanding the risk and the importance of effective management. Natalee demonstrates the effectiveness of risk assessments and subsequent management as a tool to enhance capability.

Presented to National Safety Council Australia Awards

Understanding the Why – the Importance of Human Factors and Safety Culture

When something goes wrong society often looks for the WHO, who is responsible and individual that caused the problem. The danger with looking for WHO is losing the opportunity to learn, to improve, to prevent it happening again. Natalee shares her unique experiences to demonstrate the importance of understanding what influences your behaviours, interactions and decisions. From the influences of Human Factors, to the impact of organisational culture Natalee’s storytelling will show you the importance of understanding the WHY.