We believe that the most important asset to an organisation is people. Without great people there are no great products and services! In today's highly competitive business environment, having highly skilled and motivated safety professionals will give you a competitive advantage.
Investing in a robust talent management strategy will help you to make informed decisions when it comes to hiring and retaining safety professionals with the right skills, knowledge and attitude. We also understand that with organisational change, this sometimes comes at the unavoidable price of having to make cuts to your human resources.
Safety Recruitment Australia can work with you to develop a strategy to cover the full employment life cycle from hiring, retention and redundancy. Our range of Safety IQ products have been designed to help your organisation at any stage of the employment life cycle and include:
Hogan Assessments: can be used right across the talent management spectrum for leadership development, coaching and team building. They are also a powerful recruitment and selection tool to help predict job performance. read more
Coaching Services: empowers people to build on their strengths, discuss challenges and achieve their professional goals in a supportive environment. A skilled coach will facilitate the learning of new behaviour by setting a program that is action orientated and results focused. read more
Outplacement Services: support to clients and their excess staff through the difficult process of separation by creating a program that meets their exact needs. Services would typically cover areas such as: exploring the employment market, interview techniques, resume writing and the application process, managing your own business, education, stress and time management and the emotional and practical aspects of retirement. read more
The current job market for safety professionals is very competitive. As the Resources Sector continues to grow and with the harmonisation of workplace health & safety laws across Australia, the demand for suitably qualified and experienced Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) professionals is under unprecedented demand.
This demand is likely to grow at an even greater rate as more large projects are announced and many organisations are performing gap analysis to understand how their systems and processes may need to be amended and/or enhanced to comply with the new legislative requirements.