Small Talk....with Sara Pazell

We have asked multiple #safetysisters and #malechampions the same questions, and we want to share their stories, their highs and lows with you. Meet Sara.... Why do you work in Health and Safety? I work in a work-health profession because this aligns with my values for well-being and prosperity. It is fascinating, complex, scientific, and an art to apply well-evidenced work-health practice in a constructive manner. One must communicate multi-fold benefits via appropriate metrics to politicians, researchers, business leaders, social scientists, operations team leaders, engineering and structural design teams, workforce strategists, wellness coordinators, workers and maintainers, and safety /

Small Talk....with Lauren Meldrum

We have asked multiple #safetysisters and #malechampions the same questions, and we want to share their stories, their highs and lows with you. Meet Lauren.... Why do you work in Health and Safety? I want to make a positive impact. Working in health and safety gives me the opportunity to impact so many people, not just the workers, contractors and visitors, but also their families. I cannot think of anything more rewarding than that. What do you see for the future of the health and safety profession? Mental health is such a vast area and we are really on just starting to scratch the surface, this is definitely going to be a focus area for a while. As someone who lives with a mental illness

Small Talk....with Manjula Chinni

We have asked multiple #safetysisters and #malechampions the same questions, and we want to share their stories, their highs and lows with you. Meet Manjula! Tell us what you do and why you do it I am a Safety Advisor at Xchanging. My role is to develop, maintain and sustain a continual working relationship with our clients, regardless the size, type and location of their business. I work hands-on with our clients, either visiting or based at their sites/location when/where feasible and practical. I also travel to regional or interstate to offer my services, such as facilitating a tailored workshop; conducting a comprehensive audit or a risk assessment, developing procedures/checklists or co

Small Talk....with Hannah Milward

We have asked multiple #safetysisters and #malechampions the same questions, and we want to share their stories, their highs and lows with you. Meet Hannah Why do you work in Health and Safety? As an ‘ex nurse’ I survived some very dodgy work situations.. In a workplace where there is a strong duty to care for patients and their families, there was very little care for employees. In fact, personal safety risks, harassment and bullying were on my mind daily. These days, I work in health & safety (with organisations but also in the wider community) to make the world a better place.. Hopefully with more compassion and empathy. I believe that physical, mental, emotional ‘safety’ is a fundamen

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