Check out WorkSafe’s range of videos. These videos are free to view and can be used by workplaces, people who are studying safety and health and for training and teaching purposes.
- Managing the risk of falls at workplaces: Running time: 13:05 mins
Falling from one level to another is a major workplace hazard and is the most common cause of death from traumatic injuries in construction. Fall hazards occur in all industries and most fatalities occur from a relatively low height. It is vital to secure the health and safety of workers by undertaking adequate risk management.This film will show you how to identify fall hazards, assess the risks, control the risks, and implement and maintain controls.
- Manual tasks: Running time: 11:32 mins
This video will show you how to identify hazardous manual tasks, how to assess risks arising from hazardous manual tasks, and how to control the risk.
- Hazardous substances: Running time: 12:13 mins
A video about hazardous substances
- Asbestos: The Wittenoom Tragedy: Running Time: 13:31 mins
This video includes the reflections of Dr Jim McNulty (former Commissioner for Health) concerning asbestos mining operations at Wittenoom which led to serious health problems for workers at the mine and residents in the town.
- New to the job: Running Time: 23:03 mins
New to the job can be used as part of an induction program for new workers.
Safe Work Month 2020 video presentations
- Message to the WA workforce from the Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Industrial Relations
- Aged care: Planning head – infection control
- Asbestos removal: What can go wrong
- Factors that influence workplace behaviours: Are you creating conditions for a hazard or helping your workplace thrive
- Fatigue management: Fatigue management for commercial vehicle drivers
- Incident reporting: Mines safety incident and injury reporting
- Hand sanitisers: Hand sanitisers from the dangerous goods safety aspect
- Health and hygiene management: Exposure standards review
- Health and hygiene management: Overview for WA mines
- Human factors and ergonomics principles: Applying human factors and ergonomics principles for incident prevention
- Maintenance safety performance: Maintenance hazards
- Mental health and wellbeing: Mental health and wellbeing in the resources sector
- Mines Safety (video 1): Towards 2020
- Mines Safety (video 2): Beyond 2020
- Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs): Prevention and management of work related MSDs legislation and interventions
- Occupational violence and aggression: Preventing client and service related occupational violence and aggression
- Risk and reward: Applying learnings from the research and real-life incidents to dangerous goods transport
- Safety and health representatives: Importance of SHReps
- Sleep science and fatigue management: Sleep restrictions and its effect on health, safety and productivity
- WHS legislation: Work Health and Safety legislation update
- Working safely away from the office: Negotiating the new normal of office work
- WorkSafe WA investigations: 2020 statistics
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