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  What a great two days Dohrmann Consulting recently held a tradeshow stand at the inaugural Workplace Health and Safety show.   Hundreds of people stopped by, including those we have worked with for years and those who wanted to learn more about how ergonomics and engineering could play a vital part in their workplace safety plans.  …
  Welcome to our new team member   No not you scallywags the skeleton!  I am talking about Tom Dohrmann, who joined Dohrmann Consulting some months back and made a great impression at the recent WHS show. Tom comes to us from having spent the last twelve years working in product development with the Ford Motor…
  Bounce in trampoline injuries The Highs and Lows of having fun: 8 things to look out for   Trampolines have been a well loved staple of the Australian backyard for decades – so loved are they that trampoline parks have started to pop up all over the country. Lately though, trampolines have been in…
The arrival of storm season is a good time to brush up on storm safety principles for your workplace. There are numerous fatalities and injuries throughout Australia every year that can be directly attributed to thunderstorm activity. Many of these tragedies take place at work and could be avoided with proper thunderstorm risk procedures in…
We all know we need to be assessing and managing risk in the workplace. The law is extremely clear that risk assessment is one of the key responsibilities of business owners and managers. Using the guidance provided by the Code of Practice for manual handling/manual tasks relevant to your state/territory is one of the most…
Are you considering the Green Star Ergonomics credit for your workplace or Green Star design? Green Star is Australia’s mark of quality for the design, construction and operations for sustainable buildings, fitouts and communities. Attaining the Green Star Certification is a demonstration of Corporate Social Responsibility and creates healthier, more productive workplaces. Lower operating costs…
Recently our Managing Director, Ted Dohrmann, spoke with the folks over at Manufacturer’s Monthly about why ergonomics is so important in the workplace. Even if you don’t work in a manufacturing/industrial setting, safety in the workplace is a priority for us all, and the article has some great tips on how to get it right….
Our Managing Director, Ted Dohrmann, is speaking at the Safety In Action Conference in Melbourne, on Wednesday 06 September. One the biggest issues facing Australia today is its ageing population, and – by extension – it’s ageing workforce. In 2002-03, for every working Australian aged 15 to 64, there were 0.19 people over 65 in…
First aid is an essential part of health and safety compliance. As an employer, you are required to provide, so far as is reasonably practicable, a safe working environment and adequate facilities for the welfare of employees. This includes having appropriate first aid measures in place, including first aid kits and suitably trained first aid…
Contemporary lifestyle habits commonly find us looking down for large portions of the day – whether it be reading the paper, using apps on our phones, writing notes, referring to notes whilst typing, or even falling asleep on the train (even if there is a comfortable shoulder or not-so-comfortable window to lean on). Prolonged periods…
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