Employee engagement in the healthcare space can be improved through education, providing the necessary equipment for hand hygiene facilities and by addressing any behavioural challenges that may affect hand hygiene compliance. Employers have various tools that they can use to help minimise business disruption, protect employee health and limit any negative impact on the community. … Continue reading Tools you can provide your staff for better engagement
According to the AFR, SDA is predicted to be a $5 billion industry backed by the National Disability Insurance Scheme. With the introduction of the SDA funding model, the desire to construct houses for individuals with a disability is plentiful, however, the challenges accompanied with that desire have proven to be as equally extensive. The … Continue reading Challenges and future opportunities a housing coordinator faces I Hume Housing Case Study
Recently, Marie Boland, who undertook an independent review of Australia’s Work Health and Safety laws and is a keynote speaker at the upcoming WHS Prosecution & Enforcement conference, was interviewed by Kevin Jones on the SafetyAtWorkBlog. Below is an exclusive excerpt of that article: Kevin Jones: I want to jump to Industrial Manslaughter in a … Continue reading Does the punishment fit the crime? Exclusive Interview with Marie Boland
Boards governing aged care providers are increasingly under scrutiny during this period of immense change for the aged care sector. With the Royal Commission underway, providers are being called at short notice to provide evidence and account for the quality and safety of their service delivery. At the same time, the new Aged Care Safety … Continue reading The importance of governance in the changing aged care space
The Criterion Giving Committee (CGC) is at it again. The boys are now beardless for the world’s greatest shave, well done. We have raised $3100.43 for Leukaemia Foundation for their campaign Shave the World from Blood Cancer! Here is what the boys had to say about their experience of going beardless for blood cancer: 1. … Continue reading Criterion’s Beardless Heroes!
Banking, Financial Services and Insurance are one of the largest segments in Australia. With the growth in the insurance market, there has been a steady growth worldwide in the cyber insurance market by “$75.4 billion and a growth forecast of $170 billion by 2020.” (AON Report) Insurers need to stay ahead of the competition to … Continue reading How Sedgwick provides incident response with cyber insurance products?
According to Forbes*, 84% of organisations fail at digital transformation; that’s a staggering statistic considering how far we have come with technology. Here’s the thing, these projects aren’t failing because the available technology is flawed – rather, these projects are failing because of a lack of empowerment of people and a lack of alignment … Continue reading How can you set student-centric strategies to enhance student experience
A report that was released from an independent investigation of the opal towers has confirmed that issues with construction and structural design of the building was non compliant with national codes and standards. Which in turn led to the damage that was observed in the building. The report was released by the NSW government and … Continue reading An urge for a Royal Commission hearing into the residential construction industry.