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  3. Some risk/safety podcasts that may be interesting: https://safetyofwork.com/ https://preaccidentpodcast.podbean.com/ https://podcasts.bcast.fm/the-jay-allen-show-on-safety-fm
  4. A description of the model laws upon which most states and territories have based their workplace health and safety legislation: https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/law-and-regulation/model-whs-laws
  5. HAZID and HAZOP (also known as Hazard Studies 2 and 3 in the ICI series) are a central part of risk management in some process engineering sectors. Sources of information include: The original author: Trevor Kletz's HAZOP and HAZAN. https://www.amazon.com/Hazop-Hazan-Trevor-Kletz/dp/0852955065 An Australian Standards publication: Australian Standard AS IEC 61882:2017 Hazard and operability studies (HAZOP studies)-Application guide ISO 17765:2016 Petroleum and natural gas industries — Offshore production installations — Major accident hazard management during the design
  6. RES Newsletter December 2018.pdf
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    Roger has kindly answered some questions about his webinar topic. Click here to read more.
  8. Thanks to everyone who's registered for tomorrow's webinar on risk assessment in machinery safety. There's still time to register, so don't miss out! Roger kindly answered some questions about his webinar to whet your appetites. You can read the article here.
  9. Roger Lim is the principal consulting engineer at Plant Safety Solutions. He has postgraduate qualifications in robotics and 40 years’ experience in the OH&S industry. Roger will share his thoughts about risk assessment in machine safety standards at a REBOK lunchtime webinar on Tuesday 9 March 2021. Register here. What sort of risk assessments are involved in machinery safety standards and why are they important? AS/NZS 4024.1-2019 gives overall guidance in safety design for machines. It includes assessments of the safety related parts of control systems – including emergency s
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    Practical Risk Assessment Aspects of Machine Safety Standards by Roger Lim About the webinar AS4024.1303 provides several practical guidance and examples of methods. AS4024.1502 and AS4024.1503 provides risk assessment methods for the assessment of safety related parts of control systems. Key takeaways 1. Various risk assessment methods for the general assessments. 2. Specific risk assessment method for the safety related parts of control systems. About the speaker Roger Lim is a professional engineer with post graduate qualifications in robotics. He
  11. Hi All, I entered an abstract for a panel discussion for the Integrated Professional Engineering Conference (IPEC) in Brisbane (end of May), and it was accepted. The title is: “Ensuring safe design and operations in a flexible and remote working world: Practical Tips”. Apart from my personal experience working part time and remotely I wanted to send out a survey (see link attached) to my personal networks to get a better feel on the general consensus of working part time and/or remotely. I'm requesting 5 minutes of your time to complete the survey (link attached). Data privac
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    Unfortunately we have had to postpone this event. We'll let you know when we have a new date.
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    Thanks to everyone who's registered, there's still time to join David tomorrow for his topical webinar! Here's a sneak peek of what's in store:
  14. Thanks to everyone who's registered for David Skegg's lunchtime webinar tomorrow on Mapping Systems Resilience. Here's a sneak peek into what's in store. There's still time to register, don't miss out!
  15. David Skegg is a chartered Fellow and life member of the Australian Institute of Health and Safety and former lecturer at the Central Queensland University Accident Forensics Laboratory. He’ll share his thoughts about mapping systems resilience at a REBOK lunchtime webinar on Tuesday 15 December 2020. Register here. What is systems resilience and how is it different to reliability and redundancy? Resilience is the ability of a system to give you a desired outcome in abnormal circumstances. This is different to redundancy and reliability. A reliable system will give you a consistent o
  16. AS/NZS 5050 (Int):2020 Managing disruption-related risk. Published as as interim standard on 23 October 2020. The standard has an expiration date of 23 October 2022. Handbook SA HB 436.1:2020 Risk management guidelines - Companion to AS ISO 31000:2018 Part 1: Boards and executives Published 23 October 2020.
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    The Understanding Risk (UR) Global Forum is a biennial conference that convenes experts and practitioners from all around the world to showcase the best practices and latest innovations in the field of disaster risk identification as well as to facilitate non-traditional interactions and partnerships. REGISTER HERE
  18. The series provides designers, manufacturers, suppliers, employers and users of machinery with guidelines to help reduce the risks of working with, or near, machinery. Register for this event
  19. Thanks to everyone who's registered for Tristan's webinar so far. To whet your appetites, he's answered a few questions about what he will cover in tomorrow's lunchtime session. Don't miss this one. Register now!
  20. Thanks to everyone who's registered for Tristan's webinar so far. To whet your appetites, he's answered a few questions about what he will cover in tomorrow's lunchtime session. Don't miss out! Register now.
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    Thanks to everyone who's registered for Tristan's webinar so far. To whet your appetites, he's answered a few questions about what he will cover in tomorrow's lunchtime session. Don't miss this one. Register now!
  22. Dr Tristan Casey is a Lecturer at Griffith University’s Safety Science Innovation Lab. He’ll share his thoughts about the social psychology of risk at a REBOK lunchtime webinar on Tuesday 17 November 2020. Register here. Why is it important for risk engineers and managers to consider how social and organisational psychology affects risk? Safety and risk are socially constructed ideas. There are tools that we can use to calculate risk with some certainty. But the knowledge, experience, beliefs and biases of the person using the tool will affect the results. I see my role as helping t
  23. RES (WA) Newsletter Quarter 4 2015 Rev A.pdf
  24. RES (WA) Newsletter Quarter 3 2015.pdf
  25. RES (WA) Newsletter Quarter 1 2016.pdf
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