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IN THIS EDITION:

- What you need to know about Workplace Manslaughter becoming law in Victoria
- 7 tips for keeping your remote working team safe and engaged

- Planning your next training? LDN gives you flexibility in uncertain times
- Your opportunity to influence the future of the Australian forest industry!
- Safe Work Australia industry-specific COVID-19 information for workplaces 
- We now offer training for 3 new mandatory licenses!
-  Interactive online WHS program - more dates available 
- Program spotlight - Safety Leadership Foundation Program

What you need to know about Workplace manslaughter becoming law in Victoria on July 1st 2020

Tomorrow Victoria makes Workplace Manslaughter a criminal offence which will now have the highest safety fine in the country with maximum penalties of $16.5m and 20 years jail. Want to know when Workplace Manslaughter applies and who can be charged with Workplace Manslaughter?

Read more and watch the Understanding Workplace Manslaughter webinar >>

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7 ways to keep your remote working team safe and engaged
 

What does ‘work’ look like for you and your team in this current situation? Under the WHS Acts and Risk Management Codes of Practice – leaders in organisations need to demonstrate a duty of care.
We've put together 7 ways to support your people while they work from home or remotely to keep them safe and engaged.

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Planning your training for the remainder of 2020? LDN gives you flexibility in uncertain times

As businesses take steps to reopen, many organisations are looking to recommence programs that have been on hold or book in new training programs.

LDN knows that during the pandemic response things may change, so we offer our clients maximum flexibility to change between our two modes - our face-to-face programs, (compliant with Government health advice measures and regulations in each state) and our LDN-i live facilitated online interactive programs via computer.

This means if you have booked a face to face program and restrictions change in your area, we can seamlessly change your program to live-online delivery – or vice versa. Our LDN-i live online format delivers the same outcomes as face to face, from wherever your staff are located, either working from home or remotely.

We encourage clients to book early to secure your preferred dates with the peace of mind that we offer flexibility to change the format of our high impact programs.

Want to find out more or ready to book? Call 1300 453 555 or email info@safetydimensions.com.au

Find out more about our LDN-i facilitator led, live training online >>
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Your opportunity to influence the future of the Australian forest industry!
 

ForestFit






Forest contracting businesses have had to adapt to more complex and demanding business process changes, reporting and compliance requirements.

ForestFit is developing and delivering training and certification pilots designed specifically for forest contractors that will be rolled out nationally. The Australian Forest Contractors Association (AFCA) is currently seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the upcoming training pilot located in NSW.  The cost of the pilot training is fully subsidised, including travel and accommodation expenses.

ForestFit fosters continual professional development, increased business competency, operational compliance and risk management and industry sustainability by providing a pathway for national engagement with training and certification.

The NSW Government, in partnership with the forest industry and AFCA, committed funding to support the development of ForestFit.  The project is supported by an Industry Reference Group (IRG) of forest contractors and other industry representatives who have provided input into the development and delivery of every stage of the training modules for the NSW forest industry.

Be part of leading best practice for forest contractors, apply to participate in this exciting opportunity for you and your business!

Applications close 27 Jul 2020.

Click to download and complete the Expression Of Interest 27 Jul 2020 >>
 

Visit the ForestFit website >>
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Safe Work Australia industry-specific COVID-19 information for workplaces 


Safe Work Australia has compiled industry-specific work health and safety information on a range of topics with the ability to search using drop-down menus on topics that are relevant to you including your specific WHS duties as a worker or employer, workers rights, cleaning, mental health and resource kits. 

Visit Safe Work Covid-19 information for workplaces  >>
 
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We now offer training for 3 new mandatory licenses!

Workplace Dimensions can now help with your mandatory license requirements for construction and rail.

We offer:

  • CPCCWHS1001 White Card - the mandatory requirement for anyone working on a construction site.
     
  • Traffic management (IWHS201, RIICOM201D, RIIWHS205E) - the mandatory requirement for managing traffic around construction and maintenance sites. 
     
  • RIIWHS205E Safely accessing the rail corridor unit - mandatory for those working in rail.
     
Email us now to express your interest here >> 
Alternatively, call us on 1300 453 555.
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Download BrochureNew dates for BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety
 

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New Dates  | Book Now!

Gain a qualification while working from home or the workplace. Our program is for ALL INDUSTRIES delivered by our public programs division, Workplace Dimensions.
 
NEXT START DATES:

July 2020 - Mon 20, Tue 21, Wed 22 & Mon 27, Tues 28
OR
August 2020 - Mon 17, Tue 18, Wed 19 & Mon 24, Tues 25

Find out more and book >>

ALERT!
A new round of Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) subsidised places are available for workers in the QLD Building and Construction industry. 
Subsidised places are also available for Building and Construction Industry workers in the ACT.
Find out about subsidised places here >>
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Program spotlight - Safety Leadership Foundation Program


Everyone in the workplace has a role to play in terms of safety. Our flagship Safety Leadership Foundation Program is a fundamental building block in shifting an organisation’s safety culture. Not only will participants understand the legal requirements and framework in which we all operate and each person’s individual roles and responsibilities but they'll learn to engage hearts and minds moving beyond compliance to personal ownership and accountability of safety at work.

Offered as a two or three-day program customised for your industry and workplace, the program is available as face-to-face delivery or through our LDN-i live facilitated online program.

Want to find out more about how we can customise our programs to your industry and organisation? Let's talk!
Call us on 1300 453 555, or email info@safetydimensions.com.au 
Download the Safety Leadership Foundation Program Outline >>
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