From Compliance to Diligence: a Maritime Safety Perspective – SKYbrary

26/03/2024 @ All Day – With Antonio Di Lieto, Manager Simulation Studies – Center for Simulator Maritime Training (part of the Carnival Corporation Training Center)   When: 26th March 2023 – 13.00-14.30 (CET)   This webinar aims to provide a general overview of maritime safety with a focus on how the legal concept of Due Diligence and academic principles on […]

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Road safety Submission and resources

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MINISTERIAL ROUNDTABLE ON ROAD SAFETY, ADELAIDE, 11 JULY 2023 – EMERITUS PROFESSOR ANN WILLIAMSON.

Emeritus Professor Ann Williamson has provided her notes and thoughtsRead More ►

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Cognitive

Road safety Submission and resources

Road safety Submission and resources Inquiry into Road Safety SubmissionRead More ►

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Organistional

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

https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—ed_dialogue/—lab_admin/documents/publication/wcms_826596.pdf

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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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Safety in Action Conference

10/09/2019 – 11/09/2019 @ 12:00 am – Click here to register Click here to download the Workplace Wellness Conference Brochure 2019 In 2019, it is time to move beyond ideas. It is time for action – achievable, impactful action. Safety in Action is returning to Melbourne on 10-11 September 2019. 3 conference streams will be delivered by a carefully selected cohort of […]

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News

Ron Cummings Memorial Lecture Award 2023 – Dr Sara Pazell

If you missed the 2023 HFESA annual conference in AdelaideRead More ►

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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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News

Identifying and Managing Psychosocial Hazards at Work

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ECS SIG Human Factors and Ergonomics Networking Night

26/10/2023 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm – Event Title: Human Factors and Ergonomics Networking Night Event Date: 26th Oct 2023 5:30pm – 8:00pm (face to face only) Venue: Function Room 6, Roundhouse, UNSW, Kensington Campus Event format: Panel discussion + Q&A   Join us for a night of networking! The privilege to hear key insights from three high calibre leaders, as they […]

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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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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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Academic Courses

Academic Courses The HFESA does not currently endorse courses, howeverRead More ►

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NSW Branch Mix and Mingle – July 2017

26/07/2017 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Come along and meet your local members at the NSW Branches next mix and mingle evening. Dr. Alison Bell  will be presenting the outcomes of her PhD on Packaging and the Elderly. Starting from 6pm. Meeting upstairs at the bar. Please note: drinks and dinner at your own cost. RSVP’s are required, please register using […]

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WA Branch PD Event: Human Reliability

13/08/2019 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm – This session will focus on a human reliability analysis of connection, import and disconnection of hazardous substances. The conducted analysis included identification of Major Accident Hazards (MAH), related tasks and whether the system relies on procedural steps or operator competence to complete these correctly. It explores whether inherent or engineering controls could be introduced to […]

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WA Branch: Optimising Human Performance in the Workplace

24/09/2019 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm – This session aims to promote learning and discussion about cognitive, organisational and physical ergonomics. It will focus on the application of the wide range of clinical expertise we possess, which together form human factors as a discipline. Specifically, how can we apply our specialist skills in areas such as anatomy, physiology, psychology, engineering, design, and […]

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NSW Branch PD Event: Human Factors on Track

30/07/2020 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – The Sydney Trains integration experience Max Hely is Director of Human Factors at Sydney Trains. He has over three decades of experience in providing Human Factors and Safety Management services, research, investigations, and education to industry, particularly Transport. In this presentation, Max will describe the Human Factors Integration approach taken at Sydney Trains, some of […]

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