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Alphabetical index

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A

Abu Dhabi Environmental, Health and Safety Centre, 26

accountability, 52–4 see also corporate governance

accountability for work health and safety promotion of, 7 administrative tribunal decisions, 53 advertising and market research, 122 advisory groups, 42, 48–9

agriculture sector, 8 airborne contaminants, 31 asbestos

compensation for asbestos-related diseases, 39

exposure and mesothelioma, 37 removal competencies, 30 assets management, 66 Audit Committee, 53, 54

Auditor-General see Australian National Audit Office

audits

financial, 53, 54

governance evaluation and review, 55 independent auditor’s report, 72–3 safety audit of premises, 65

AusTender, 67

Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 18

Australian Council of Trade Unions, 18 Australian Forum of Explosives

Regulators, 31

Australian Industry Group, 18

Australian Mesothelioma Registry, 34, 35, 37, 67

Australian National Audit Office, 52, 53, 55, 66

Australian National University, 25

Australian Public Service Code of Conduct and Values, 50, 64

Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012–2022, 5, 6, 12, 35, 36

awards

Safe Work Australia Awards, 7, 14, 19–21

sponsored by Safe Work Australia, 15

B

business continuity arrangements, 51 business plans see plans and planning

C

cancer registries see mesothelioma register

Capability Development Program, 62 capital requirements, 68

cardiovascular disease, 34, 35 Chair, 19, 42, 60

chemicals, classification and labelling, 29 Chief Executive Instructions, 53

Chief Executive Officer, 58|

remuneration, 60 review of year, 6–8 role, 4, 5, 50

China, delegations from, 27

Cochrane Occupational Health Review Group Advisory Board, 24

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code of conduct, 50, 64

Codes of Practice, 6, 8, 28–9, 31–2, 120–1 Coleman, Janine (award winner), 7, 18 collective agreements, 60

Comcare claims, 65

Commonwealth Disability Strategy, 122 Commonwealth Fraud Control Guidelines, 52

Commonwealth Ombudsman, 53

Commonwealth Procurement Guidelines, 66, 67

communication with staff, 62–3 Communications Advisory Group, 48 community engagement, 7

Comparison of Workers’ Compensation Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand, 16, 39

competency, 30, 31 conferences

attended by Safe Work Australia, 8, 26 sponsored by Safe Work Australia, 15 Construction and Property Services

Industry Skills Council, 30 construction sector, 8 consultants, 67

consultative arrangements public consultation, 13–14, 36 with staff, 62–3, 64

contact officer, ii

contracting see purchasing

corporate governance, 50–5 see also decision making framework

corporate plans see plans and planning corporate services, 67

costs of work-related injury and illness, 16, 22

Council of Australian Governments, 4 court decisions, 53

D

data collection and reporting, 16, 33–4, 35 datasets, 33–4

decision making framework, 41–2 see also corporate governance

definitions of terms, 126–7

Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

MoU with, 64, 67

Department of Finance and Deregulation, 68

determinations, 60 disability reporting, 122

dust diseases, 39 see also mesothelioma register

E

ecologically sustainable development, 123 economic costs of work-related injury

and illness, 16, 22

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environmental performance, 123 equity see social justice and equity ethical standards, 50, 51

European Agency for Health and Safety at Work, 22

Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997, 5, 50, 53, 67 Organisation Collaborating Centres for Occupational Health, 8, 26 Globally Harmonized System

of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals, 29

glossary, 126–7

governance, 50–5 see also decision making framework

grants, 67

H

harmonisation of laws evaluation of, 28, 30

see also work health and safety laws hazard surveillance research, 34 Heads of Workers’ Compensation

Authorities, 50

Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities, 49 health and safety management

nationally see work health and safety in Safe Work Australia, 64–5

high risk work, 31 licensing of, 30

history of Safe Work Australia, 113–14 Hub Fruit Bowl, South Australia

(award winner), 20 Intergovernmental Agreement for

Regulatory and Operational Reform in Occupational Health and Safety, 4 internal audit arrangements, 54 international activities, 7, 8, 24, 26–7 International Congress for Occupational

Health, 30th, Cancun, Mexico, 8, 26 International Labour Organisation, 7 International Life Science Institute

Research Foundation NanoRelease Project, 24

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International Organisation for Standardisation Nanotechnology Technical Committee, 7, 24 Internet address, ii

Irvine, Natalie (award winner), 21

J

judicial decisions, 53

K

key performance indicators, 11, 12

L

learning and development, 62 legislation

establishing Safe Work Australia, 4 legislative framework, 50

uniform work health and safety laws see work health and safety laws letter of transmittal, iii

licensing of high risk work, 30, 31

M

management and accountability, 41–55 market research, 122

Members, 4, 41, 42–6 Chair, 19, 42, 60

satisfaction rating (agency’s performance), 12

Memoranda of Understanding with APSC, 67

with Comcare, 67 with DEEWR, 64, 67

mesothelioma register, 34, 35, 37, 67 mining

mine safety reform, 6

model Work Health and Safety

Regulations, 6, 16, 28–9

occupational health knowledge network, 8, 26

Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, 7, 19, 41

Minister responsible, 41

model Codes of Practice, 6, 8, 28–9, 31–2, 120–1

model Work Health and Safety laws, 28–32 development of, 5

implementation of, 6, 8, 15, 28, 29, 31, 49

model Work Health and Safety Regulations, 6, 16, 28–9 Monash University, 25

multi-state employer issues, 39

N

nanotechnology, 7, 35, 49

Nanotechnology Work Health and Safety Advisory Group, 35

National Disability Strategy, 122 National Mine Safety Framework

Steering Group, 29 National Occupational Health

and Safety Strategy 2002–2012, 6 National Safe Work Australia Week

see Safe Work Australia Week

National Workers’ Compensation Action Plan 2010–13, 38–9

notifiable incidents at Safe Work Australia, 65

O

Oakton Services Pty Ltd, 53, 54

objectives, 10 see also role and functions

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occupational disease research, 34–5 see also cardiovascular disease;

mesothelioma register; work-related injury and illness

occupational health and safety see work health and safety

Ombudsman, 53 Operation Sunlight, 68 operational plan, 4, 8, 12–13

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Working Party for Manufactured Nanomaterials, 7, 24 organisational structure, 57

outcomes and outcome statement strategic outcome performance review see under performance

outcomes and program, 10–11 outcome statement, 11

performance review see performance resource statement, 68–9

strategies, 11, 13, 23, 28, 33, 38 outlook, 8, 16–17, 25, 31–2, 35, 39 overview, 4–5

P

parliamentary committees, 53 pay see remuneration

People @ Work project, 34 performance

financial, 68–9 framework, 10–11

progress against key performance indicators, 12

reviews:

Strategic outcome 1, 13–22 Strategic outcome 2, 23–7 Strategic outcome 3, 28–32

Strategic outcome 4, 33–7 Strategic outcome 5, 38–9 year in review, 6–8

performance management (of people), 61, 64

performance pay, 61

Personality and Total Health (PATH) Through Life project, 25, 34, 35

plans and planning

business continuity arrangements, 51 planning and reporting framework, 10–11

risk management framework, 51 strategic and operational plans, 4, 8, 12–13 Public Service Act 1999, 50 publications, 14, 16, 116–19 purchasing, 66

advertising and market research, 122 consultants, 67

R

records management, 55, 67 remuneration, 60, 61

reporting on work health and safety, 15–16, 17

research, 5, 16, 24–5, 34–5

Research, Evaluation and Data Advisory Group, 48, 49

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resource statement, 68–9 Return to Work Survey, 39 review of year, 6–8 risk management, 51 road transport, 8

role and functions, 4–5, 115–16

S

Safe Work Australia achievements, 13 Chair, 19, 42, 60

establishment and history, 113–14 meetings, 42, 46

Members, 4, 41, 42–6 objectives, 10

outlook, 8, 16–17, 25, 31–2, 35, 39 overview, 4–5

performance review see performance planning see plans and planning role and functions, 4–5, 115–16 year in review, 6–8

Safe Work Australia Act 2008, 4, 115–16 Safe Work Australia Awards, 7, 14, 19–21 Safe Work Australia Week, 7, 14, 17–18, 65 Safety Ambassadors program, 7, 14, 18, 23–4

safety audit of Safe Work Australia premises, 65

Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission, 49

salaries see remuneration

satisfaction rating from Members, 12 Select Council on Workplace Relations, 28,

39, 41

Senior Executive Service remuneration, 60 senior executives, 57–9

small business, 8

social justice and equity, 122 sponsorships, 67

staff

average staffing level, 69 ethical standards, 50, 51 health and wellbeing, 64–5 performance management, 61 remuneration, 60

senior executives, 57–9 see also Chief Executive Officer

statistics, 59 training, 62

staff surveys, 63, 64 see also consultative arrangements

stakeholder engagement, 14–15, 23–7 stevedoring, 30, 32, 49

Strategic Issues Groups, 42, 47–8 SIG on Work Health and Safety, 47 SIG on Workers’ Compensation, 35, 48, 49

strategic outcomes see under performance strategic plan

national WHS strategy, 5, 6, 12, 35, 36 Safe Work Australia, 4, 8, 12–13 surveys

business surveys, 30 Return to Work Survey, 39 staff surveys, 63, 64

T

Take10@10 activities, 18

Temporary Advisory Groups on workers compensation policy, 38–9

terminology (definitions), 126–7

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training

industry competencies, 30, 31 staff, 62

tribunal decisions, 53

U

UN Sub–Committee of Experts on the Globally Harmonised System, 7, 24 uniform work health and safety laws see

work health and safety laws units of competency, 30, 31

V

values, 50 vibration, 31, 32

Volunteer Assistance Program, 6, 29, 32

W

waterfront safety (stevedoring), 30, 32, 49 work health and safety

accountability promotion, 7 data collection, 5, 16, 33–4, 35 harmonisation evaluation, 28, 30 see also work health and safety laws

Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities, 49

improvement through understanding, 23–7

as key community issue, 13–22 national strategy, 5, 6, 12, 35, 36 organisational reporting, 15–16, 17 policy development, 33–7

research, 5, 24–5, 34–5

in Safe Work Australia workplace, 64–5 Take10@10 activities, 18

work-related fatalities/injuries, 7, 16, 22 Work Health and Safety Act 2011, 65 see also work health and safety laws

Work Health and Safety Committee (Safe

work health and safety laws, 6, 28–32 development of, 5

implementation of, 6, 8, 15, 28, 29, 31, 49

volunteers’ resource kit, 6, 32 workers compensation

Action Plan, 38–9

comparison of arrangements, 16, 39 datasets, 33–4

Heads of Workers’ Compensation Authorities, 50

policy development, 5, 35, 38–9 Safe Work Australia claims, 65 Working Party for Manufactured

Nanomaterials (OECD), 7, 24 Workplace Consultative Forum, 62–3 Workplace Relations Ministers’ Council, 28 work-related fatalities, 7, 34

work-related injury and illness cost of, 16, 22

research, 34–5

see also mesothelioma register World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, 19th, Istanbul, Turkey, 8, 26 World Health Organization, 7–8

Network for Collaborating Centres in Occupational Health, 8, 26

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