Welcome to WorkSafe Tasmania Month 2021
The Attorney General and Minister for Workplace Safety and Consumer Affairs, The Hon Elise Archer MP, launches WorkSafe Month 2021
This year's theme is ‘Safe Bodies, Safe Minds: Working together to ensure workers return home safe and well every day’.
Make your work, health and safety a priority this month by registering and participating in one of the many free in-person and webinar events available in this year’s WorkSafe Month 2021 Events Program. WorkSafe Month 2021 are in-person and online.
Events are free, and space is limited. Register early to avoid missing out!
WorkSafe Tasmania Month update and schedule changes
Please note the following changes:
Work safe, enjoy life: Team work and partnership can make a positive difference: Lessons from the field
Launceston session to be held on Mon 18 October at 10-11.30am has been cancelled.
This session will now be delivered as a webinar on Thursday, 21 October from 3.15pm-4.45pm.
Be sure to subscribe to our events mailing list for information about our events and for rescheduled time and date for the above session.
MSD risk analysis: A data driven approach (in person event)
MSD risk analysis: A data driven approach is now an online only event. To register or find out more click the button below.
Call the Helpline on 1300 366 322 or (03) 6166 4600 outside Tasmania, or email email@example.com
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points
CPD points may be earned by the electrical, plumbing, gas fitting and building industry by attending a WorkSafe Month 2021 event. A maximum of 2 points can be earned (1 point per hour to a maximum of 2 points in total).
Unless otherwise stated, WorkSafe Month in-person events will be held at :
- Hobart: Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey Street
- Launceston: Hotel Grand Chancellor, 29 Cameron Street
- Devonport: Paranaple Convention Centre, Market Square, 137 Rooke Street
Webinars will be delivered using GoToWebinar.
For webinar technical support:
- call GoToWebinar on 1800 768 027
- visit GoToWebinar's support website (external link).
WorkSafe Tasmania cannot assist you with any technical problems you may experience.