Shane Webcke, football legend and sports presenter, is Queensland's Safety Ambassador.
Shane has a strong connection and commitment to work safety as his father was killed in a workplace incident.
Four-time Olympic gold medal winning swimmer and Queensland Mental Health Ambassador Libby Trickett shares her story to raise awareness and promote the importance of mental health in the workplace.
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Our safety ambassadors share their stories and increase awareness of the importance of work health and safety.
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Shane shares the story of how his father's death impacted his family. He offers advice to workers and businesses about the importance of staying safe at work and creating a strong safety culture.
Libby has personal experience with mental health issues and is passionate about promoting positive mental health. She is also currently an ambassador for 'R U OK day' and Black Dog Institute.
Check out our safety advocates
Safety advocates share their personal stories of trauma and tragedy to compel people to think about their most important reasons for working safely. They have a few good tips to help your workers appreciate why safety must be a priority for everyone.
Queensland businesses can request a safety advocate to visit a workplace, free of charge.
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