Event Details

Monday, 1 August, 2022 - 08:30 to Friday, 7 October, 2022 - 17:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)


Online – Microsoft Teams


Registration Fee: $2,500+GST AUD


Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
(03) 8336 1995


Endorsed Training

The Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) is proud to introduce the endorsed New View Safety Masterclass program, consisting of 10 weeks of intensive and practical learning for WHS professionals. New View Safety has been crafted from cutting edge ideas in WHS innovation and combines the best of science (Dr Tristan Casey) and practice (Ms Zoë Nation ). New View Safety was developed in partnership with Energy Safety Canada.

This program includes a combination of self-paced videos (20-30 minutes long) that include a focus on practical skills and application of New View Safety concepts, a weekly 1.5-hour group discussion facilitated by our science-practitioner team, numerous learning activities such as short quizzes, reflections on practice, and applied workplace mini-projects. Participants will also accumulate resources each week to build their own ‘Safety Evolution’ change management plan and build a New View Safety toolkit.

The aim of this program is to improve your capabilities to evolve safety in your organisation using latest thinking and practice. This aim is supported by four overarching program objectives:

  1. Deliver an engaging and blended learning experience across 10 weeks of contemporary safety thinking.
  2. Support you to develop and implement a tailored ‘Safety Evolution’ change in your organisation.
  3. Provide a rich library of tools and resources that can be used to drive positive safety change.
  4. Coach and troubleshoot challenges as they arise to maximise Safety Evolution success.

This program applies across industries and geographical borders. Regardless of your familiarity or skill with New View Safety ideas (from novice to expert) you will gain knowledge and skills from participation.

Ten modules will be covered in this program (one per week), and include the following topics:

  1. A no-nonsense and practical introduction to the New View of Safety.
  2. Safety leadership essentials.
  3. Driving organisational change.
  4. Safety measurement.
  5. Decluttering
  6. Safety communication.
  7. Work insights.
  8. Restorative culture.
  9. Learning teams.
  10. Advanced coaching skills.

Click here to download a flyer outlining the program in greater detail.

Course details: Two cohorts, capped at 20 participants each to maximise learning and interaction, are available.

Course dates available: 1st August to 7th October 2022

Event Details:
Program Duration: Each Wednesday 6pm – 7pm (AEST) from  Monday, 1 August, 2022  to Friday, 7 October, 2022
Location: Online – Microsoft Teams
Cost: $2,500+GST AUD
CPD Point: 80

Your Trainers: 

Dr Tristan Casey PhD, DPsychOrg, GradDipOHS, BPsychSci

Dr Tristan Casey is an expert in safety leadership and organisational culture. With a career in workplace health and safety spanning over 15 years, he has consulted nationally and internationally across a diverse range of industries such as law enforcement, local government, utilities (water and power, including renewables), offshore oil and gas, construction, and manufacturing. Dr Casey is an endorsed Organisational Psychologist with two doctoral degrees, including his PhD that involved development and validation of the award-winning LEAD model. His passion is translating abstract/theoretical concepts into practical tools that have measurable impact. Dr Casey is skilled at forming collaborative and mutually beneficial partnerships between government, industry, and academia.

Zoë Nation MSc(Hons) Human Factors, BEng(Hons)

Zoë Nation is passionate about involving those closest to the work to solve safety and performance challenges. She is expert in applying Human Factors (HF) and Human and Organisational Performance (HOP) to support organisations to advance safety management and operational learning. She started consulting 20 years ago with rail, oil & gas, healthcare, mining, manufacturing and aviation industries and spent 10 years as the lead HF / HOP advisor for Chevron Australia. She has helped organisations improve by doing safety differently and is keen to share what she has learnt from these successes and (many) failures along the way.


This session is endorsed by the AIHS