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Special Offer: Australian and New Zealand Master Work Health and Safety Guide
Greencap is pleased to extend a special offer on the Australian and New Zealand Work Health and Safety Guide third edition.
This Master Work Health and Safety Guide is the combined work of over 60 authors, nine of whom are Greencap team members - recognised as experts in their field.
With over 36 chapters, the guide brings together the knowledge and experience of each author to explain and provide practical examples of best practice in workplace safety.
This third edition includes an update to address the introduction of new work health and safety laws in New Zealand, and new chapters on high-risk industries, hygiene, property and industrial organisations. This edition also includes case studies, practical tools and guidance material helpful to practitioners in both safety and human resources.
HSE Business Partner
With his broad understanding of the topic, Dean Taylor contributed to the Workers Compensation section of the WHS Master Guide, providing comparisons of the major legislative provisions across the various Australian jurisdictions and New Zealand.
Principal Consultant - Environment
Collaborating with Sheridan Chapman, Jean Meaklim revised and updated the Dangerous Goods section of the WHS Master Guide. With a regulatory background and a speciality in chemicals and toxicology, Jean’s legislative knowledge and human health focus neatly complemented Sheridan’s experience preparing storage and transport assessments and procedures in the dangerous goods space for Greencap’s clients.
Senior Consultant - Occupational Hygiene
Jonathan is an experienced occupational hygiene specialist with over 7 years’ experience in the occupational hygiene and safety. Jonathan provided proof-reading and review of the Occupational Hygiene section of the WHS Master Guide and contributed to the section on noise hazards.
Product and Delivery Manager
Michelle has over 24 years’ experience in the risk management space, working with organisations to improve safety outcomes at individual, group and strategic levels. As the product manager for Greencap’s leading contractor prequalification product Cm3, Michelle contributed to the Contractor Management section of the WHS Master Guide.
Principal Consultant - Environment
Peter Oxnam applied his expertise to provide revisions and updates to the Oil and Gas section of the WHS Master Guide, backed by his experience from 18 years of working in the oil and gas sector.
Team Leader - Environment
Collaborating with Jean Meaklim, Sheridan Chapman revised and updated the Dangerous Goods section of the WHS Master Guide. With a regulatory background and a speciality in chemicals and toxicology, Sheridan’s experience preparing storage and transport assessments and procedures in the dangerous goods space for Greencap’s clients neatly complemented Jean’s legislative knowledge and human health focus.
Business Development and Account Manager - Online Solutions
Sheetal is the original author of the Culture chapter, and co-edited the 2016 edition of the Master WHS guide. With over 18 years’ experience in WHS Risk Management, Sheetal is the Sales and Account Manager in the Online Solutions business and works with clients to provide solutions for managing WHS risk and compliance obligations.
National Practice Lead - Health & Safety
Simon Ercole is a certified occupational hygienist with over two decades of experience in occupational hygiene, environmental management and safety across several industries. Simon brought his expertise to the WHS Master Guide chapter on occupational hygiene and further revisions throughout the publication.
National Practice Lead - Property
In collaboration with David Hauser, Steven Hains co-authored the Property Risk section of the WHS Master Guide, bringing to the table over 15 years of strategic and practical experience in the areas of property risk and compliance.
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