WorkSafe's priorities to reduce workplace harm in construction

 

Location  

Webinar (online event)

Date  

Monday 24 October 2022

Time  

12:00pm to 12:45pm

Webinar details

Construction remains one of the highest-risk industries for serious work-related injuries and fatalities. Learn how WorkSafe's Priority Harms Project aims to drive a reduction in the number of lives lost at work by focusing on the most prevalent causes of harm and its priorities across civil, commercial, housing and demolition construction.

The webinar is hosted by Cameron Ling.

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James Webster

Program Officer, WorkSafe Victoria

Prior to joining WorkSafe in April 2018, James worked as an A-Grade electrician in the construction industry. In his time at WorkSafe, James has enjoyed the roles of construction inspector, technical inspector and program officer. James is in the process of completing his Bachelors of Public Health and Health Promotion at Deakin University.

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Jimmy Dwyer

Senior Inspector, Health & Safety, WorkSafe Victoria

Jimmy Dwyer has worked within the OHS space for over 10 years. His current role is Construction Inspector in the Mulgrave Office, and he is dedicated to promoting OHS, curb incident rates and to help Victorian workers to return home safely after every shift.