HFESA & RMIA Joint event: Leveraging Human Factors in Risk Management by Dr Maureen Hassall

07/06/2017 @ 7:00 am – 9:30 am – Did you know risk and risk management are human endeavours involving human perception, decision making and action strategies? Did you know human factors initiatives are primarily risk management activities? Much work is being done in both disciplines to improve both overall system performance and human well-being to the extent that now the effective management of […]

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PD Event : Why we need to change risk management approaches for musculoskeletal disorders: The role of an ergonomist!

13/08/2020 @ 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm – Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are the largest Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) problem in many countries, including Australia where their annual total costs are calculated to be over $24 billion. There is now robust evidence from a large body of peer-reviewed research, including both epidemiological and intervention studies, that a diverse range of work-related psychosocial hazards […]

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NEXT GENERATION Manual Handling and Psychosocial RISK MANAGEMENT

25/07/2019 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm – INTRODUCING APHIRM … A Participative Hazard Identification and Risk Management Tool for improving the risk management of Musculoskeletal Disorders La Trobe University, Melbourne Date: Thursday 25 July 2019 Venue: La Trobe University City Campus, RMS 03 & 04, Level 20, 360 Collins St, Melbourne Cost: $595 per participant For further information, please contact: Natasha Kinsman […]

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Forecasting emergent risks in advanced AI systems: an analysis of a future road transport management system

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Managing Psychosocial Risks At Work – UNSW course

05/02/2024 – 29/03/2024 @ All Day – Make meaningful interventions to manage workplace psychosocial hazards Psychosocial hazards arise from work tasks, the way work is organized and managed, and the work environment. These hazards can have both physiological and psychological effects on workers, plus significantly impact on organisations and their productivity. ​ In this course you will develop your understanding of psychosocial […]

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Managing Psychosocial Risks at Work – UNSW course

02/10/2023 – 25/10/2023 @ 12:00 am – Make meaningful interventions to manage workplace psychosocial hazards Psychosocial hazards arise from work tasks, the way work is organized and managed, and the work environment. These hazards can have both physiological and psychological effects on workers, plus significantly impact on organisations and their productivity. ​ In this course you will develop your understanding of psychosocial […]

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Principles and guidelines for human factors/ergonomics (HFE) design and management of work systems

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WA PD – A practical guide to psychosocial risk assessment

09/08/2022 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm – In this session we will explore the current suite of approaches to workplace mental health, understand why a focus on building individual resilience is insufficient, and demonstrate how to apply a hazard identification and risk management process to psychological health and safety. Joelle will provide a practical, step-by-step guide to the process of psychosocial risk […]

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QLD PD – Physical Ergonomics Tools to Manage the Risks of Musculoskeletal Injuries

17/08/2022 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Physical Ergonomics Tools to Manage the Risks of Musculoskeletal Injuries Physical ergonomics– a key domain of specialisation in the field of HFE – is concerned with human anatomical, anthropometric, physiological, and biomechanical characteristics as they relate to physical activity. Based on the nature of the physical activity, this domain uses different tools/methods to identify, assess, […]

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Human Factors and Emerging Risks Symposium 2021

14/07/2021 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm – Our world is changing, and as a result, society faces several emergent personal, organisational, societal and global risks which threaten our health and wellbeing. Human Factors has a critical role to play in understanding and managing these risks. Our 2021 Human Factors symposium entitled ‘Human Factors and Emerging Risks’ includes a series of presentations from leading researchers and practitioners covering their work […]

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Eurocontrol PD Event: A Life in Pictures: Tony Licu & Safety Leadership

16/05/2024 @ All Day –  This webinar series delves into the lives and careers of inspirational people who have made a significant difference to the safety and performance of safety-critical industries. The series kicks off with Tony Licu, who will reflect on ten pictures to tell the story of his life. Hosted by Steven Shorrock. Antonio Licu has recently been […]

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Knowledge Through Networking & Sharing (KTNS) – QLD PD

08/09/2023 @ All Day – The QLD branch are holding the Knowledge Through Networking & Sharing (KTNS) event in September 2023. When: Friday 8 September 2023 Where: Gibson room, QUT Gardens Point, Z block – Level 10 Cost: half day and full day registration options as below Note: for registrants attending the morning session, you will be provided with morning tea […]

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Proceed as if success is inevitable

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QLD PD – Sneaking Systems through the Alley

31/05/2023 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Sneaking Systems through the Alley: Finding opportunities for Systems Thinking within the industrial context. (online National webinar, presented by Brian Thoroman, PhD, Queensland Rail). Systems Thinking models and methods are generally acknowledged as best ‘state-of-the-art’ practice in academia and can provide critical insights for industry. However, the anecdotal industrial view of the ‘condescending ivory tower’ […]

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