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Skye's the Limit: A Deep Dive into OSH with the World Congress Director

Skye

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.

If you're keen to explore the intricate layers of OSH, this interview is a must-read. It not only provides a glimpse into Skye's ethos but also sets the stage for the conversations we'll be having at the World Congress this November in Sydney. The World Congress will serve as a melting pot for diverse perspectives in OSH, offering an unparalleled opportunity for global collaboration.

To read the full interview with Skye and to get a sense of what awaits you at the World Congress, click here.

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