The resources industry has experienced repeat incidents over a number of years with very similar findings. Analysis reveals that approximately 60% of actions created, target administrative controls instead of hard controls. Quality actions lead to less likelihood of repeat incidents when implemented and enhances learning.
Build an e-learn tool to help develop the skills needed to develop skills in quality SMART Action creation.
Safer Together has developed the SMART Actions e-learn tool and supporting materials. Access the training material here:
Download the SMART Actions e-learn package for your Learning Management System (LMS)
A Launch Pack has been developed to help members implement the SMART Actions e-learn. It includes:
- Implementation Guide
- Information Video Clip
FAQs have been publishedto provide further details about the training.
A Lunch & Learn information session was also held in Brisbane in March 2022 to introduce the e-learn tool. Member Companies can access a full recording of the Event here.