Tag Archives: health and safety compliance

High risk occupations, Australian most dangerous jobs

These are Australia’s most dangerous jobs

A new analysis of Safe Work Australia data shows that the agriculture, forestry and fishing industry tops the list of the most dangerous work environments in the country. Data from 2015 reveal that this industry had 52 fatalities that year, the highest number across all industries. It is followed by transport, postal and warehousing with 40 workplace fatalities, and […]

Health and safety, internet, cybersecurity

Why cybersecurity should factor into every health and safety plan

If you’ve been following the news, chances are you’ve heard about several major data breaches. Being a tech company, Donesafe has always kept data security top of mind. However, being in the business of health and safety, we’ve also noticed how little emphasis the traditional health and safety framework places on cybersecurity. The hope is that the constant […]

Work safe in high temperatures

How to work safe in all this bloody heat.

Just outside my window I’m looking at a window cleaner, hanging out in direct sunlight on a 40 degree day, absolutely dripping with sweat. Meanwhile the person next to me as I type this is literally wearing a scarf. Congratulations Sydney, we just made it through the hottest January on record; and February is shaping […]

RTW Return to work survey, configurable compliance software safety software

Return to Work Survey: steady numbers, but more involvement is key

Safe Work Australia has released a series of brand new reports on the return to work experience of injured workers. More specifically, the reports focus on the outcomes of injured workers who receive workers’ compensation and various factors that affect their ability to return to work. The survey, which was conducted mid-2016, covers all Australian territories and […]

Safety and compliance software platform

Five things that your safety and compliance platform MUST have (that you may not have considered).

Not many people know this, but Donesafe was started because it’s founders weren’t able to find a compliance solution that solved all of their problems. In their search, they did a LOT of research. From all of it, they landed on five core things that you MUST have in any safety and compliance management system. […]

Five REAL ways safety software saves your workers’ time

For businesses, there are a lot of reasons to use a compliance software platform. What often gets overlooked however is how it affects your workers; the people on the ground. Here are five real, tangible ways that a good safety platform will save your workers’ time and energy, so they can just get on with […]

tradie health safety construction

Improving health and safety management for tradies

August is Tradies National Health Month, so it’s a good time to reflect on the priorities for health and safety management for this key industry sector. Frankly, the issue of tradies health and safety needs a lot of attention. According to data from Safe Work Australia, tradies are among the highest ranked sectors in regards to serious injury and disease compensation claims. […]

office safety hazard

5 Hidden Safety Hazards Lurking in Your Office

Underestimating the severity of office health and safety hazards is a key obstacle to the prevention of office injuries. We mentioned earlier this month that offices often appear much safer than they actually are, but here lies the danger of office safety risks: they are less visible and easy to overlook. Hard hats and safety googles […]

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Five reasons to ditch paper when managing OHS compliance

Are you bogged down with paperwork while trying to manage your OHS compliance? Here are five reasons why you should ditch paper and move to a software solution. It’s not at all uncommon for business owners or managers to feel that OHS compliance management has become a major part of their week. The issue with […]

If you’re managing your OHS compliance on paper, you’re doing it wrong.

As companies grow and safety laws change, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for business owners and OHS managers to manage their safety compliance without it affecting their business. Last month we posted a blog about the worst workplace disasters in history and some of the feedback that we got was from frustrated owners and managers who […]