16
Apr 19

Digital NSW has announced their new collaborative data journey

Author:Ash Natesh

The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) have announced that it is working together with the NSW government to transform how they operate and support people with the services that they need. The effective use of data across departments will be at the core of this transformation process. The DFSI have towards the end … Continue reading Digital NSW has announced their new collaborative data journey

28
Mar 19

My Health Record: Innovation in delivering customer service

Author:Ash Natesh

All levels of Government in Australia are looking to improve outcomes for their customers by improving service design and delivery and increase user centricity. A critical component to increasing customer centricity for improved outcomes is to integrate services. Integration helps deliver more streamlined and efficient services, improving overall customer satisfaction and restoring public trust in … Continue reading My Health Record: Innovation in delivering customer service

28
Mar 19

Announcing Aaron Guilfoyle, First WHS Prosecutor in Queensland

Author:Ash Natesh

Queensland has appointed its first Work Health and Safety Prosecutor, Mr Aaron Guilfoyle. The appointment of Aaron Guilfoyle follows the best practice review of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland which took place on the 5th of April, 2017. Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace MP, enforced the best practice review in lieu of the tragic fatalities … Continue reading Announcing Aaron Guilfoyle, First WHS Prosecutor in Queensland

21
Mar 19

Does the punishment fit the crime? Exclusive Interview with Marie Boland

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

27
Feb 19

Final report recommends industrial manslaughter laws

Author:Ash Natesh

Marie Boland, the former Executive Director of SafeWork South Australia this week released a review of national workplace, health and safety laws. Ms Boland has recommended there should be a separate industrial manslaughter offence for workplace deaths, where there has been a gross deviation from a reasonable standard of care. Ms Boland says that the … Continue reading Final report recommends industrial manslaughter laws

19
Feb 19

How to strategise local housing using evidence based data demographics

Author:Ash Natesh

    To promote the efficient use of land and infrastructure, local housing strategies need to align housing growth with supporting infrastructure and social services, such as schools, health facilities and public transport. Councils and Governments need to start implementing local housing strategies using evidence based data. This approach can efficiently use existing infrastructure and … Continue reading How to strategise local housing using evidence based data demographics

12
Feb 19

Case Study: RATA – Waikato Road Asset Technical Accord

Author:Ash Natesh

The Waikato Road Asset Technical Accord (RATA) is on the way to its goal of “Achieving best practice road asset management within the Waikato by improving capability, capacity and outcomes through effective collaboration”. RATA brings together the common needs of participating Waikato Councils to improve the management of their roading assets in a cost-effective and … Continue reading Case Study: RATA – Waikato Road Asset Technical Accord

21
Jan 19

Knowledge Management: what to look out for in 2019

Author:Ash Natesh

Knowledge management and information management executives are looking to the future in 2019. Below is an overview on the changes ahead in 2019 spanning AI, content management, blockchain, process automation and more. Technology has had a tremendous impact on knowledge management (KM), inspiring the development of robust software platforms to leverage KM strategies. Knowledge management … Continue reading Knowledge Management: what to look out for in 2019