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Ep 23 Dallas Adams tragically lost 2 family members to workplace fatalities & now is using this to spread his safety message

Ep 23 Dallas Adams tragically lost 2 family members to workplace fatalities & now is using this to spread his safety message

Brendan: Welcome to Episode 23 of the Australian Health and Safety business podcast. I’m Brendan Torazzi, the host of the show. Today, I’m with Dallas Adams from DC Adams Group. Is that right Dallas?Dallas: That’s it. Thank you.Brendan: Thanks for coming on the show. It was just yesterday that we had a chat. You’ve got a really a heartfelt story I feel that perhaps I’ll let you introduce what has happened over the last 15 or so years for you and how you’ve turned this into a massive positive for other.Dallas: It’s pretty heartfelt. What I have felt in the...

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Ep 22 Liam O'Connor's story about fast start up Tasman Rope Access innovates on Scaffolding

Ep 22 Liam O'Connor's story about fast start up Tasman Rope Access innovates on Scaffolding

Liam O'Connor is moving fast, very fast. Tasman Rope Access is shaking up the way companies access and manage their assets, particularly from the outside (think oil, gas, mining, civil construction industries and people abseiling down the side where scaffold once used to be). Overseeing about 400 technicians all around Australia using IRATA trained staff. Brendan: Welcome to Episode 22 of the Australian Health and Safety business podcast. I’m Brendan Torazzi, the host of the show. Today, I’m with Liam O’Connor from Tasman Rope Access. Good morning Liam.Liam: Good morning, Brendan. How are you?Brendan: I’m well. Thanks for coming on...

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Ep 21 Guy Lenoir has a knack of sniffing out risky workplace situations!

Ep 21 Guy Lenoir has a knack of sniffing out risky workplace situations!

Brendan: Welcome to Episode 21 of the Australian Health and Safety business podcast. I’m Brendan Torazzi and today, I’m joined with Guy Lenoir. It sounds very French. Is that your background?Guy: Yes, heritage is certainly French and a few other bits and pieces in there as well. It’s a bit of a mangle. Think of Renoir the painter. Just put an L in front.Brendan: I know you’ve been involved with safety for quite a number of years. Can you tell us a little bit about your journey? How you fell into the world of safety?Guy: I joined the workforce in...

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Ep 20 Daniel Scott from $3.8B property giant Cushman Wakefield talks emergency management

Ep 20 Daniel Scott from $3.8B property giant Cushman Wakefield talks emergency management

Brendan: Welcome to Episode 20 of the Australian Health and Safety business podcast. I’m Brendan Torazzi, the host of the show. Today, I’m with Daniel Scott who is an emergency management advisor. Good morning, Daniel. How are you?Daniel: Good morning, I’m very well. Thanks. As yourself?Brendan: Fantastic today. Thank you for agreeing to come on the show. Tell me a little bit about what you’re currently doing in relation to health and safety.Daniel: My current remit is actually very specialized which has been very interesting. I’m working purely in emergency management. I’ve been doing that for the last nine months....

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Ep 19 Nick Jans talks about 'Leadership Secrets of the Australian Army' and WHS/OHS lessons

Ep 19 Nick Jans talks about 'Leadership Secrets of the Australian Army' and WHS/OHS lessons

Brendan: Welcome to Episode 19 of the Australian Health and Safety business podcast. I’m Brendan Torazzi, the host of the show. Today, I’m joined with Nick Jans. Good morning Nick, how are you?Nick: I’m good. Thanks Brendan and you?Brendan: I’m having a great start to the day. Tell me a little bit about you’ve recently written a book. Tell us about that.Nick: It’s Leadership Secrets of the Australian Army. It was published about the middle of last year by Allen & Unwin. It’s about the way that the leadership practices, the long held leadership practices that have been used in...

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