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2022 SUPPORTERS & EXHIBITORS

Supporters

Co-Sponsor & LMIC Scholarship Supporter

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Dr Etienne Krug, Director, Department of Social Determinants of Health

T: +41 22 791 3535

E: kruge@who.int

W: www.who.int

WHO works worldwide to promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable. Its goal is to ensure that a billion more people have universal health coverage, to protect a billion more people from health emergencies, and provide a further billion people with better health and well-being.

Supporting Host

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Lauren Pearson, Communications Officer

E: communications@aipn.com.au

W: www.aipn.com.au

The Australasian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN) is the peak body in Australia and New Zealand advocating for injury prevention and safety promotion. The AIPN represents injury researchers, policy makers and practitioners across Australia and New Zealand.

 

Through conferences, publications, events, advocacy activities and research, the Network benefits from its high profile, influential membership base of leading injury prevention researchers, and those working to reduce the incidence of injury and harm across Australia and New Zealand.

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Scott Burnell, President

Australasian University Safety Association

E:  ausa.admin@gmail.com

W: www.ausa.org.au

The Australasian University Safety Association (AUSA) is the professional safety association for the Higher Education and Research Sector in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. AUSA represents the needs of its members through publications, advice, government representation, networking, professional development and recognition.

​AUSA is committed to ensuring a common approach to safety across the sector. We work closely with our counterparts in the UK and the USA to maintain consistency of campus and research safety around the world.

Associate Supporter

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The Department of Health is developing a National Injury Prevention Strategy 2020–2030. Once finalised, this strategy will put a national focus on preventing injury among Australians.

Using the latest evidence, it will outline the best ways to reduce the rate of injury across age groups. It will have a strong emphasis on those most at risk, such as young children and older Australians.

Affiliation Supporter

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James Cook University (JCU) is a research-intensive institution with a strategic intent focused on discoveries and graduates that make a difference in the tropics worldwide. Defined by our tropical locations, JCU is focused on meeting the knowledge needs for the grand challenges in the tropics, and provides undergraduate, postgraduate and short course training in and conducts significant and internationally recognised research in tropical medicine and public health. Established in 1970, we are a multi-campus institution with our main campuses in the tropical cities of Townsville, Cairns and Singapore, and a range of smaller rural study centres

Welcome Reception Host

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“Welcome reception hosted by Bloomberg Philanthropies and Michael R. Bloomberg, WHO Global Ambassador for Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries”.


Supporter & Official Journal

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BMJ, Support

T: +44 (0) 20 7111 1105

E: support@bmj.com

W: bmj.com/company

As a global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ publishes one of the world’s most cited general medical journals, The BMJ , and over 70 specialty journals. The company also offers digital professional development courses and clinical decision support tools to help health professionals improve the quality of healthcare delivery.

Stream Supporter

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Stacey Pidgeon, National Manager - Research & Policy

T: 0455 381 115

E: spidgeon@rlssa.org.au

W: www.royallifesaving.com.au

Royal Life Saving Society - Australia works to prevent drowning and facilitate healthy, active lifestyles by equipping all Australians with water safety skills to enjoy a lifetime of enjoyment in and around all water environments. For 125 years, the Royal Life Saving Society - Australia has worked to harness the strengths of the communities we work with to reduce drowning and turn everyday people into everyday community lifesavers. Royal Life Saving operates as Australia's leading water safety educator. Over one million Australian's undertake a Royal Life Saving course or program every year.

For more information visit www.royallifesaving.com.au

Stream Supporter

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A: Level 5, 255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000

E: mail@safetyandquality.gov.au

W: www.safetyandquality.gov.au

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care contributes to better health outcomes and experiences for all patients and consumers, and improved value and sustainability in the Australian health system by leading and coordinating national improvements in the safety and quality of health care. The Commission aims to ensure that people are kept safe when they receive health care and that they receive the care they should.

Refreshment Break Supporter - Monday 28 November

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T: 0417 038 176

E: enquiries@nwassociates.com.au

W: www.nwassociates.com.au

Nathan Winter & Associates are Management Consultants that provide Governance, Risk Management, Occupational Health & Safety, Quality & Environmental Advisory and Assurance Services. Specialising in assisting Directors and Officers to understand their Due Diligence obligations and in improving their organisation’s management systems to make them simpler, more efficient and more effective at achieving compliance and improving performance.

Engineering. Systems. Management

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W  www.esmconsulting.com.au

T  08 7222 6068
E 
info@esmconsulting.com.au

A  613 / 147 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Engineering. Systems. Management. (E.S.M.) is an independent consultancy providing professional engineering services since 2011.   


We are passionate about helping organisations achieve success through the application of engineering management, systems engineering and Safety in Design.


Our clients see our area of expertise as supporting their delivery of engineering projects that are demonstrably safe, so far as is reasonably practicable (SFAIRP), and in doing so, assisting with regulatory compliance and problem solving, using sound engineering principles.  


E.S.M. is considered an Authority on Safety in Design, delivering services throughout Australia. We provide Safety in Design training, both independently and on behalf of Engineering Education Australia.  
We study and work with WHS legislated ‘duties of designers’ and related duties.   
We specialise in engineered safety, offering services in Engineering Management, Systems Engineering, Safety in Design, Functional Safety, HAZOP Facilitation, Safe Design Review and Engineering studies. 

Session Supporter

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T: 13 18 55

E: info@rtwsa.com

W: www.rtwsa.com

ReturnToWorkSA protects South Australian businesses and workers from the full costs of a work injury.

In the event of a work injury, you and your worker will be covered for essential support and services to minimise disruption to your business and to help your worker to recover and stay at work or return to work as soon as possible.

Our goal is to help injured workers to realise the health benefits of work, including physical activity, a sense of community, social contact, structure and financial security.

For more information visit https://www.rtwsa.com/ 

LMIC Scholarship Supporter 

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T: 08 7324 4324

E: mail@choosesafety.com.au

W: www.choosesafety.com.au

Choose Safety are a dedicated team of Adelaide based Health and Safety Consultants that provide a wide variety of safety-related services to a broad cross-section of industry. While based in Adelaide, South Australia, our clients include both large and small companies across Australia.

Choose Safety is headed by Craig Schopp, the director and principal consultant. Craig has been working for more than 25 years in the fields of Health and Safety, Quality and Engineering (Process Improvement).

Choose Safety has experience in manufacturing, agricultural, electrical, transport, construction and retail industries, as well as the government sector. Whether conducting a safety audit, conducting a risk assessment, writing procedures or conducting safety training, you can be assured that your safety needs, and those of your clients can be confidently met when you "Choose Safety".

Our diverse range of experience gathered over many years has coincided with a growth period in the field of Health and Safety, which has seen an increased awareness in the need for safety, a myriad of innovative safety developments as well as a steady increase in the OHS legislative and regulatory requirements. This experience enables us to provide effective, professional and most importantly, practical advice and solutions to your safety issues and concerns.

LMIC Scholarship Supporter 

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A: Head, School of population Health, Room 325A, Samuels Building UNSW Sydney

E: rebecca.ivers@unsw.edu.au

W: www.unsw.edu.au 

The School of Population Health at UNSW Sydney is a leader in public health, health management and leadership, global health and infectious diseases intelligence in Australia and the Asia-Pacific. Our coursework and research programs have been designed to meet the diverse learning and professional needs of our students equipping them with the capabilities to extend their professional areas of interest and career paths with quality learning that is student-centred and relevant to real-world practice.

Global Engagement Patron

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Nathan Winter,  Vice President, International Network of Safety & Health Professional Organisations (INSHPO)

T: 0417 038 176

E: vicepresident@inshpo.org

W: www.inshpo.org

The International Network of Safety and Health Professional Organisations (INSHPO) is the global voice for the occupational safety and health profession and acts as a forum for international collaboration among professional organisations to improve safety and health at work.

 

INSHPO started from an appreciation that occupational safety and health issues and concerns are not limited by national borders. With the increasing worldwide distribution of products and provision of services, the widespread migration of workers, and the conduct of international corporate activities, almost every issue that occupational safety and health professionals face is global in scope. INSHPO website www.inshpo.org

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Monash University Accident Research Centre

T: +61 3 9905 4363

E: MUARC-Enquiries@monash.edu

W: www.monash.edu/muarc

The Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) is one of the world’s foremost comprehensive injury prevention research institutions. The Centre’s research is interdisciplinary, applying a systems-based framework across transport, workplace and community sectors. Our goal is simple but profound: to create safe and resilient solutions to local and global challenges. Stakeholder engagement and real-world solutions have been a key to MUARC’s success since its inception in 1987. The Centre’s research has helped keep the Victorian road fatality rate to one of the lowest in the world and has also contributed to a diverse range of workplace and community safety initiatives.

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T: 907 - 929 - 3939

E: marcia.howell@safealaskans.org

W: www.safealaskans.org       

W: www.isma-awards.org 

The Center for Safe Alaskans has prioritized injury prevention, wellbeing, and community safety, since 1999 as one of the original designated International Safe Communities in the U.S. Safe Alaskans also houses one of the only NGO operated health promotion neuromarketing labs in the world. In 2006, Safe Alaskans initiated the International Safety Media Awards. The ISMAs recognize high quality and behavior changing safety media from around the world.  They also provide opportunities for international colleagues to learn about emerging safety media research findings from each other, in an effort to move research to practice.

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Contact: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Contact Person: Michelle Canada

T: 770-488-0537

E: byk4@cdc.gov

W: cdc.gov/injury/

For 30 years, CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (Injury Center) has been a leader in protecting Americans from injury and violence so that individuals, families, and communities can be safe, healthy, and thriving. We work proactively with our partners to track trends, conduct research, raise awareness, and implement prevention programs.  Many types of injury and violence are urgent and interrelated. NCIPC is focused on priorities including preventing adverse childhood experiences, overdose, and suicide.  When we prevent any one of these issues, we decrease the risk of the others now and for the next generation.

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C: Julian Spencer, Sales Manager ANZ

T: 1300 135 340

E: julian@crititcalarc.com

W: www.criticalarc.com 

CriticalArc, a global technology innovator, designs and delivers a distributed command and control solution, SafeZone™, which is revolutionising the way organisations manage day-to-day safety and security operations.  Deployed as a cloud service in hours, SafeZone provides response teams with complete operational awareness, to enhance the protection of dispersed people, facilities, and assets, while delivering efficiency savings.

The intuitive SafeZone app allows users to summon assistance, while enabling security teams to implement a fast and coordinated response to every day events through to full-scale emergencies.  Features including mass notification and lone worker monitoring, SafeZone improves the effectiveness of security teams, while improving compliance with policies and procedures. 

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C: Daniel Craig

E: daniel.craig@centreforwhs.nsw.gov.au

W: www.centreforwhs.nsw.gov.au

The Centre for Work Health and Safety leverages cutting edge research and data to create awareness, suggest smarter approaches and bring about behaviour change in work health and safety. We create better work environments for all workers so they make it home safely every day. 

By tapping into the best evidence available and aligning with expert partners, collaborators, and people with a lived experience, our multidisciplinary team creates and promotes effective new solutions to the biggest current and emerging problems in work health and safety.

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C: Bernadette Gemmell

E: worldcongress2023@safework.nsw.gov.au

W: www.safety2023sydney.com

First held in 1955, the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work is one of the largest international forums for work health and safety. From 27 - 30 November 2023, it will be held in Sydney, Australia.

 

The World Congress is a chance to learn about emerging trends, develop skills to mitigate new risks and gain knowledge of work health and safety best practices.

 

The World Congress is co-organised by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Social Security Association (ISSA), and SafeWork NSW.

 

LinkedIn: 23rd World Congress on Safety & Health at Work

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldCongress23

Facebook: 23rd World Congress on Safety and Health at Work - Home

Instagram: @worldcongress23    

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C: Anthony Mickey II

E: amickey1@jhu.edu

W: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/

Through research, collaboration and training, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's International Injury Research Unit (JH-IIRU) strives to identify effective solutions to the growing burden of injuries in low and middle-income populations, influence public policy and practice, and advance the field of injury prevention throughout the world.

 

Since 2008, JH-IIRU has played a leading role in injury prevention around the world. Building on a strong history of cutting-edge research framework from over a decade of innovation and research in global injury prevention and control, we're working to create a world free of injuries through research, education, and practice.

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T: +61 3 9918 0050

E: sales@pansoftware.com.au
W: https://pansoftware.com/ 

RiskWare is a multi-award winning risk management software built for enterprise, government and universities. We help our clients get to know their risks on a first name basis, with a world class integrated system offering completely scalable, user friendly, secure and out of the box functionality. 

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T: 08 7324 4324

E: mail@choosesafety.com.au

W: www.choosesafety.com.au

Choose Safety are a dedicated team of Adelaide based Health and Safety Consultants that provide a wide variety of safety-related services to a broad cross-section of industry. While based in Adelaide, South Australia, our clients include both large and small companies across Australia.

Choose Safety is headed by Craig Schopp, the director and principal consultant. Craig has been working for more than 25 years in the fields of Health and Safety, Quality and Engineering (Process Improvement).

Choose Safety has experience in manufacturing, agricultural, electrical, transport, construction and retail industries, as well as the government sector. Whether conducting a safety audit, conducting a risk assessment, writing procedures or conducting safety training, you can be assured that your safety needs, and those of your clients can be confidently met when you "Choose Safety".

Our diverse range of experience gathered over many years has coincided with a growth period in the field of Health and Safety, which has seen an increased awareness in the need for safety, a myriad of innovative safety developments as well as a steady increase in the OHS legislative and regulatory requirements. This experience enables us to provide effective, professional and most importantly, practical advice and solutions to your safety issues and concerns.

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International Road Assessment Programme

C: Judy Williams, Global Programme and Communications Manager
T: +61 400 782 204
E: judy.williams@irap.org
W: www.irap.org

The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) is a global registered charity with a vision for a world free of high-risk roads. iRAP partners with governments, funding agencies mobility clubs, research institutes, non-government organisations and industry in more than 100 countries to provide the free methodology, tools, training and support to help them make their roads safer.

Transport Accident Commission

C: Eva Jaworski, Road to Zero Coordinator
T: +61 438 369 923
E: eva_jaworski@tac.vic.gov.au
W: https://www.tac.vic.gov.au/, https://www.roadtozero.vic.gov.au/

 

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) is a Victorian Government-owned organisation whose role is to promote road safety, support those who have been injured on our roads and help them get their lives back on track. We are unique among personal injury compensation schemes in that one of our key roles is to promote road safety. Working closely with Victoria Police, the Department of Transport and Department of Justice and Community Safety, we are working to achieve the vision of no deaths or serious injuries on our roads. We are moving towards a future where every journey is a safe one.

The world-first Road to Zero education complex takes students on an engaging and immersive learning experience using multi-sensory interactive technologies in which they explore the physical and scientific aspects of road safety. Developed by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in partnership with Melbourne Museum and education experts, Road to Zero addresses Victorian Curriculum learning areas. The program is designed for Year 9 and 10 students studying Science and/or Health & PE, those undertaking VCAL and VCE students studying Health and Human Development.

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T: 03 8336 1995

E: dino.pisaniello@adelaide.edu.au

W: www.aihs.org.au

The Australian Institute of Health and Safety is Australia’s professional association for the health and safety profession. The AIHS has branches in very state and territory. Our Vision is safe and healthy people in productive workplaces and communities. The AIHS has a proud 70-year history of working with regulators, employers, unions and government departments in the pursuit of more effective health and safety policy, regulation and in particular, practice. Today across Australia, the AIHS has thousands of members and partnerships with many companies who share our vision.

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T (local Victoria): 1300 654 329
T (toll-free): 1800 332 556

E: helen_reddan@tac.vic.gov.au

W: www.tac.vic.gov.au

The TAC is a Victorian Government-owned organisation whose role is to promote road safety, support those who have been injured on our roads and help them get their lives back on track.

 

The TAC is funded through the TAC charge which is a component of the payment made by Victorian motorists when they register their vehicles each year with VicRoads

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A: Level 32/152 St. Georges Terrace, Perth WA

E: info@soteranalytics.com

W: www.soteranalytics.com

Soter Analytics is a global safety solutions technology company that develops a tailored approach to workplace safety for their partners. Soter incorporates scalable advanced AI-driven wearables, sensor free video processing and a suite of health professionals specialising in leading data metrics. The results proactively improve safety, boosting productivity and increasing overall workplace efficiency and culture.

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A: Head, School of population Health, Room 325A, Samuels Building UNSW Sydney

E: rebecca.ivers@unsw.edu.au

W: www.unsw.edu.au 

The School of Population Health at UNSW Sydney is a leader in public health, health management and leadership, global health and infectious diseases intelligence in Australia and the Asia-Pacific. Our coursework and research programs have been designed to meet the diverse learning and professional needs of our students equipping them with the capabilities to extend their professional areas of interest and career paths with quality learning that is student-centred and relevant to real-world practice.

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A: 1400 | Street NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20005 USA

E: info@advocacyincubator.org

W: www.advocacyincubator

The Global Health Advocacy Incubator (GHAI) supports civil society organizations who advocate for public health policies that reduce death and disease. GHAI builds local partner capacity to lead and sustain policy advocacy. We provide our partners with direct, systematic, ongoing technical assistance and capacity-strengthening support.

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P:  (03) 5551 8582  

A:  PO Box 283, MacKellar House Tyers Street, Hamilton, Victoria 3300

E:  kylie.hardy@wdhs.net 

W: http://www.farmerhealth.org.au

“Making a difference to farmers’ lives” 

The National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH) is dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing and safety of farming men, women, families, and communities across Australia and internationally. 

The NCFH takes a holistic approach to improving the health, wellbeing and safety outcomes of those involved in the agricultural industry. Utilising specialised multidisciplinary, integrated agricultural health services, research, training and education, delivered directly to farmers and rural professionals (health, agriculture, policy), The NCFH has put Victoria and Australia on the global map as a centre for excellence in agricultural health research and services. 
 

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C:  Peter Beecham

P:  0409 864 075 

A:  PO Box 592 Berwick, Victoria 3023

E:  sales@atvlifeguards.com

W: https://atvlifeguards.com/

ATV Lifeguards – The revolutionary new quad bike rider Crush Protection Device.

 

The “Lifeguards” is a segmented Roll Bar that helps give crush protection on an upturned Quad and is less likely to cause injury to the rider. It is designed to hold up a Quad in excess of 350kg and can be simply mounted to the rear carrier. Special tests by Landcorp NZ and IRL have established it does not significantly alter the stability of the Quad.

The ATV LIFEGUARDS are passive, flexible and yielding, instead of hard and rigid. The segmented construction is a new concept and has the ability to deflect around a person’s body, limbs or head on impact. It cannot collapse or flatten and will support a quad off the ground and help to provide crush protection for the rider.

  • Flexible Roll Bar will limit impact, but cannot collapse.

  • The spring in the Roll Bar will help the Quad to bounce off you rather than squashing you.

  • Designed in an arc shape to deflect the weight.

  • Easily possible to push a Quad off from on top you. It’s possible to wriggle out from underneath an up-turned Quad arc shape assists rolling the Quad back onto its wheels.

  • The weight of the ATV is spread across you, and can support up to a weight of 500kg.

  • Lightweight design and arc shape allow you to roll the bike off you should you become trapped.

  • Designed to mould around you in the event of a rollover.

  • Segmented Roll Bar that helps give crush protection on an upturned Quad and is less likely to cause injury to the rider.

  • Designed and tested in Australasia.

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P:  08 6166 7688

A:  PO Box 208 Leederville WA 6903

E:  info@injurymatters.org.au 

W: https://www.injurymatters.org.au/

 

Located in Leederville, Perth, Western Australia, on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people, Injury Matters is a not-for-profit organisation committed to making a difference. For 30 years, we have worked to prevent injury and support recovery within the community. Our Vision is “safer people and places,” and our Purpose is “To prevent and reduce the impact of injury and support those affected.”

To achieve our Vision and Purpose, we focus on societal level changes down to the individual through:

  • Influencing individuals, agencies, and decision-makers that injury prevention and the support of recovery is a priority.

  • Empowering people, communities, professionals, and agencies to make better decisions and modify factors to prevent injury and support recovery.

  • Collaborating at local, national, and international levels for effective, shared solutions.
     

Injury Matters leads the way in preventing injury and supporting recovery by providing programs and services that enable Western Australians to live long and healthy lives. The programs and services we deliver cross current and emerging injury priority areas affecting the community. For many years, Injury Matters has been coordinating the Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards. These awards showcase individuals and organisations working to prevent injury and support recovery in Western Australia.

Our current areas of focus include preventing falls in older adults, providing support for those affected by a road crash, and building the capacity of the injury prevention sector through the Know Injury program.

Injury Matters influences agencies and decision-makers that injury prevention and the support of recovery is a priority. Some of our advocacy activities include position statements, submissions, and letters. Injury Matters utilises the available evidence to inform our position statements, programs, and services for improved public health in Western Australia. These are located within the Information Hub on our website.

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A: King George V Building, Missenden Road, Camperdown NSW 2050

E: cre.pfi@sydney.edu.au

W: www.crepreventfallsinjuries.org.au

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care contributes to better health outcomes and experiences for all patients and consumers, and improved value and sustainability in the Australian health system by leading and coordinating national improvements in the safety and quality of health care. The Commission aims to ensure that people are kept safe when they receive health care and that they receive the care they should.

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C: James Bradshaw, Managing Director - Red Paddle Australia

P: 0434434524

Whttps://redpaddleco.com/

 

The World’s most popular inflatable SUP – EXPLORE YOUR WORLD.

Welcome to the home of the Inflatable Rescue Board. The safest, most durable and portable rescue boards on the planet.

Built in partnership with some of the world’s leading authorities in surf lifesaving, our inflatable rescue board has been designed to enable increased safety and training for lifesaving teams across the globe.

Drowning globally kills 320,000 people every year: that is one person every 100 seconds but with our range of high-performance inflatable rescue boards we aim to help you put a stop to that.