The Safety Institute of Australia Inc (SIA) launched its 30 Days of OHS campaign on Monday October 10th.
The Operational Health and Safety campaign aims to promote the benefits of sharing free health & safety information between colleagues and peers in order to establish a strong foundation for online idea generation and networking.
According to Keith Brown, Chief Executive Officer of the SIA the 30 Days of OHS is the first initiative of its kind in the Health and Safety industry. The OHS initiative is open to SIA members and non-members alike and will provide valuable information, build upon the current SIA resources.
The 30 Days of Operational Health and Safety initiative utilises social media, micro-blogging and Twitter and does not require contributors and participants to have membership or subscription.
The SIA is keen to encourage as many contributors as possible to share their unique OHS knowledge and experiences. All contribution offers valuable insights, whatever the industry, region or years of experience. Interested contributors can complete their expression of interest via www.30daysohs.com.au