We provide a range of services to support the business and project needs of Government, industry groups and multi-site organisations.


  • Strategy planning in Occupational / Work Health and Safety for Governments, industry groups, and multi site organisations.
  • Undertake reviews of WHS management systems.
  • Manual materials handling and ergonomic assessments as well as a wide selection of injury prevention programs.
  • Assistance to Government, Employer and Union groups in developing guidelines, policies, and liaison on health and safety legislation. Joint training of Supervisors and employees is a speciality.
  • Development of corporate accommodation documents for Telstra, Department of Defence and Australian Bureau of Statistics and the banking sector.
  • Facilitate industry wide WHS benchmarking projects.
  • OHS review of large building projects.
  • Facilitation of reviews of the Australian WHS strategy for Safe Work Australia.


  • Management and Operator training programs on injury prevention and awareness including contractor management, Job Safety Analysis, stress prevention and responsibilities under the WHS Act.


  • Preparation of briefing reports for legal firms involved in work health and safety litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants.


  • Conduct industry or issue based research relating to targeted WHS issues. These have included national projects involving tripartite consultations across all Australian jurisdictions. This includes a range of WHS related issues including Stress / Bullying and Occupational Violence; Musculoskeletal Disorders and WHS in  Small and Medium sized enterprises.

Overseas Projects

  • Research, testimony and presentation to legislation projects in USA and EU. 
  • Participate in international research projects on WHS issues including presentation of results with over 30 overseas countries. 
  • Provide Australian WHS trainers to a range of courses in Brunei. 
  • Human Factors / Ergonomics input to the electrical industry, Hong Kong and the banking sector in New Zealand. 
  • Engagement by the Singapore Government to research WHS leadership with the CEOs of 18 leading multinational private companies and government enterprises. 
  • David was President of the International Ergonomics Association (2006-2009) and Chair, International Development Committee, (2003-2006).

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