Rebecca Nugent - Safety Geek

WHS Professional in Adelaide

Hi. I’m Beck and I am a Safety Geek. I am passionate about Safety and everything that is Safety, Health, Environment, Quality and Compliance.

Safety is very important, but it doesn’t have to be hard.

I have worked in Safety and Compliance for almost 20 years. I started out as a Registered Nurse and have worked as an Occupational Health Nurse and many other roles within

  • Health
  • Safety
  • Injury Management
  • Quality Management
  • Environmental Management
  • Compliance
  • Improvement
  • WordPress Safety forms, Website and LMS Management

I have experience from all kinds industries including

  • Defence
  • Agriculture
  • Stevedoring
  • Training and Apprenticeships
  • Manufacturing
  • Heavy vehicle
  • Transport, logistics and warehousing
  • Call centre
  • Internet / telecommunications
  • Automotive
  • Steel
  • Contractor Management and labour hire

View my career and education history here on this link

Let me help your business be safer!

Traffic management campaign

Commencing July 17, SafeWork SA inspectors will make unannounced visits to workplaces within the transport, postal and warehousing industries to audit workplace traffic management systems. Powered mobile plant such as forklifts and delivery vehicles are a major cause of workplace death and injury in Australian workplaces. ReturnToWorkSA data for South Australia shows that powered mobile […]

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Deliver yourself home safely

Deliver yourself home safely is a national campaign that aims to increase the knowledge and awareness of work health and safety for food delivery workers. There are loads of resources for delivery workers, food outlets and platforms to help manage the risks in this industry.

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Asbestos registers

Do you have one ? Do you need help setting one up? Or a check to ensure your register is compliant? SafeWork SA inspectors will this month target buildings requiring an asbestos register after a similar campaign last year resulted in 130 improvement and prohibition notices being issued. Safety Geek can help you.

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World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Worker’s Memorial Day 

Today is World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Worker’s Memorial Day when we remember those who have died from a work-related injury or illness and look at how we can prevent work-related injuries. 169 workers were fatally injured at work in Australia in 2021 Find more information here

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Industrial Manslaughter laws in SA

The South Australian Government is seeking comment on its draft Work Health and Safety (Industrial Manslaughter) Amendment Bill.  You can read the draft bill here

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Key WHS statistics Australia 2022

Safe Work Australia has released the Key Work Health and Safety Statistics, Australia 2022. It includes trends, gender and age comparisons, and industry and occupation breakdowns. Find it here

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River Murray floods and asbestos risk

Asbestos is present in one in three Australian homes, as well as public and commercial buildings.This includes hundreds of river shacks and homes, particularly those built or renovated from the mid-1980s to 1990 or earlier. River Murray flows are expected to reach up to 220GL per day across the South Australian border into Renmark […]

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Silica Safety

Dr Karl explains how you can stay safe if you work with manufactured stone, concrete, bricks or rock.

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National Safe Work Month 2022

National Safe Work Month 2022 theme is: Know safety, work safely. National Safe Work Month is an opportunity to build awareness of work health and safety, encourage discussion about safety at work, and ensure everyone is aware of health and safety hazards and how to manage risks to keep workers safe.This year’s campaign will focus on […]

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New model WHS Code of Practice to help prevent psychological harm at work

Work-related psychological injuries and illness have a significant negative impact on workers, their families and business. On average, work-related psychological injuries have longer recovery times, higher costs, and require more time away from work when compared with physical injuries. Safe Work Australia Find the the model Code of Practice here

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