Digicast to stream expert interviews at Safety in Action
18/04/2012 - Digicast Productions recently announced it will be filming safety expert video interviews and streaming them live on the internet from the Safety in Action show in Melbourne. Marie-Claire Ross
The interviews with safety experts will give viewers up-to-date information on workplace safety communication, training and safety trends.
On Wednesday 18 April at 2pm, from stand G23 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Digicast will be filming a lineup that includes Kevin Jones, Dr Angelica Vecchio-Sadus and Marilyn Hubner.
Jones is a freelance writer, health and safety advisor, editor of the SafetyAtWorkBlog, and safety advisor to the Department of Transport. He will discuss some of the latest trends in safety from "Safety Communication in the Workforce" through to "Safety in Design".
Dr Vecchio-Sadus, from CSIRO Process Science and Engineering, will discuss the importance of safety communication both at CSIRO and with its international client companies. She will talk about issues with safety communication; what's working and what isn't; and safety communication best practice.
Hubner, from the National Safety Council of Australia and currently working on her PhD on Investigating Attitudes and Perception of Construction Workers Towards Safety Training, will discuss how companies are wasting their money on safety training and other issues with current training practice.
Any-one interested in the latest information about workplace safety communication and the latest safety trends are invited to view the interviews, which can be seen live from http://www.digicast.com.au/live from 2-2.30 pm EST.
There is no registration and viewing is free.
Those who can't make the live viewing can sign up at http://info.digicast.com.au/free to receive links to the edited videos post-event and free "Safety Communication Toolkit".
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