What is Operational Safety and how does it differ from “Occupational Safety”?

Occupational Safety is an outdated term used for the discipline of accident prevention through various regulatory and commercial requirements designed to establish a management system to mitigate causal risks. Over the years, human rights have evolved and the right to a safe neighbourhood or environment has extended beyond the occupational realm into the public arena….

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Welcome to the OHS Theatre!

Theatrics is defined as excessively emotional and dramatic behaviour and no person will ever see a better show than watching two Occupational Safety and Health Officers on a construction site. The curtain is called the Safety File. And the two actors are arguing on why this file is not approved. Do yourself a favour, and […]