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5 Whys – “Going for Gold” in Incident Investigation Articles • With the Tokyo Olympic Games in full swing, it’s the perfect time to introduce a new e-learning tool from Safer Together that provides training in a problem-solving technique originally developed in Japan. Known as the “5 Whys”, it’s a simple but powerful tool that allows you to dissect a problem and reveal its underlying causes quickly. If used effectively, it can improve incident investigations and assist in the improvement of work practices, operational procedures and workplace safety culture.
Collaboration in Action: Assist and Assure Best Practice Workshop Articles • On 14 July the project team for the Assist and Assure leadership skills program held a Best Practice Workshop as part of providing implementation support to companies that have started to deploy, or are interested in deploying the Assist and Assure program. Presenters from Arrow Energy, MPC Kinetic, Wild Desert and Global Engineering & Construction shared their company’s deployment journey so that other member companies could have the benefit of learning from their experience.
Reflections from Queensland Frontline Workforce on Contain It Articles • Situational awareness and a hands-on feel of process safety hazards are essential for anyone in the CSG-LNG industry that is involved in the design, operation or maintenance of plant and facilities. Hear what some of the people that work in these roles say about Contain It (Mobile Major Accident Hazard Awareness Training Course) and join the 350+ people that have already been through the course so far this year.
Arrow Energy: A Fit-For-Purpose Approach To Fitness To Work Medical Assessments Articles • Here’s the story of how Arrow Energy implemented a program of two-yearly periodic Fitness To Work (FTW) medicals for their workforce, aimed at improving management of health and reducing the occurrence of Fitness To Work health-related severe and fatal events. The program has gone through two major cycles, and mirrors the approach set out in the Safer Together FTW Medical Assessment Guideline.

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