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14 September, 2023
Skye Buatava, our Director of the World Congress, recently shared her OSH journey in a candid interview with World of Safety and Health Asia. She delves into her commitment to the prevention of harm and offers a nuanced perspective on the evolving landscape of workplace safety.
6 September, 2023
🔥 We’re giving Australian registered delegates the chance to win 20 tickets to Luna Park Sydney. Enjoy a fun day out for you and your team!
5 September, 2023
In a candid and insightful conversation, Alan Stevens, Head of Strategic Engagement at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), shares his thoughts on the global landscape of occupational safety and health (OSH). With a focus on empowering women and transforming workplaces, Stevens reveals the innovative strategies and heartfelt anecdotes that define his work. As the World Congress on safety and health at work approaches, his insights offer a glimpse into the future of OSH and the role of IOSH in shaping it.
24 August, 2023
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24 August, 2023
Experience the majesty of the 'Blue Mountains,' a naturalmasterpiece in Australia's heart. This stunning realm is a tapestry oflush valleys, towering peaks, and eucalyptus-clad vistas. Behold theiconic Three Sisters rock formation and delve into the area's richAboriginal heritage. Watch in awe as the sun paints the landscapewith vibrant hues during both sunrise and sunset, casting a magicalglow on this natural wonder. Immerse yourself in the enchantingBlue Mountains, a testament to the power of nature's artistry.