Injury prevention - teamsafe
Teamsafe is a workplace safety program with a real difference. Teamsafe is Spinal Cord Injuries Australia’s (SCIA) workplace safety and injury prevention program designed to elevate your team's awareness of safety in the workplace and remind of the dangers of complacency.
Teamsafe offers a presentation with a difference; all presenters are SCIA ambassadors who have themselves sustained a spinal cord injury. They know first-hand the real story of why safety is important and deliver this message to enhance your Occupational Health and Safety programs. Each presentation is tailored to meet your business needs and compliment your existing programs.
Teamsafe helped the Bulk Water Alliance (BWA) win the ExxonMobil Award for Excellence in Occupational Health and Safety in 2008. Teamsafe assisted BWA with building a risk management system that saw BWA achieve 450,000 hours worked without lost time or medical treatment required.
“The impact of Teamsafe on the group has been significant and the change in behaviour of our workers was immediate," says Matt Ward, Safety, Quality and Systems Manager at Bulk Water Alliance.
Why choose Teamsafe?
Teamsafe works with you to reiterate your company’s safety focus in the workplace and the employee's responsibility towards their safety and that of others. The team are proud of their contribution to reducing the potential for common injuries, permanent disability or fatality preventing lost work time, trauma caused by injury or death and ultimately protecting a team of workers.
The Teamsafe program has been delivered to workplaces across Australia including Air Services Australia, Australian Aerospace, BHP Biliton, BlueScope Steel, Built, John Holland Group, Leighton Contractors, Qantas, Sydney Water, and Theiss.
Your Teamsafe presenter David Crawford
David was working as a builder when he fell from a partly constructed roof aged 27. At the time David loved surfing, playing soccer, tennis and golf and socialising with friends. As a result of his accident, David damaged the vertebrae in his neck at C6.
David’s accident sparked a major review of building site safety which prompted new regulations covering scaffolding, harnesses and roof railings./C7 – leaving him with quadriplegia.
Teamsafe in the Media
A Current Affair - Tradies and labourers in the danger zone
David Crawford spoke to A Current Affair about his workplace injury, and his work to prevent other incidents through Teamsafe, Spinal Cord Injuries Australia's workplace injury prevention program
Safety Solutions Magazine
David Crawford shares the workplace experience that dramatically changed his life with Safety Solutions Magazine.
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