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The OHS Body of Knowledge is developed for OHS professionals. Please give us your feedback.

A program for review and development of additional chapters is being complied in consultation with OHS professionals and academics. Have your say on the priorities for future development. View current proposals here.

You can comment on the suggested updates, indicate your view on priorities for development or provide other comment by emailing the Registrar on [email protected] or creating a discussion comment below.

As all OHS Body of Knowledge activity has to be funded the development of new chapters will be dependent on funding. If any organisations are interested in being involved or supporting the development of new chapters see Information sheet No 3: Corporate support.

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OHS Body of Knowledge extended to address process safety

This week the Safety Institute of Australia launches two new chapters for the OHS Body of Knowledge (OHS BoK). Developed in conjunction with the Institution of Chemical Engineers, these chapters on Pr…

Safety Institute of Australia and IChemE to jointly develop guide for OHS Generalists on Process Safety

The Safety Institute of Australia and the Australian OHS Education Accreditation Board, together with the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Safety Centre, have announced a joint project to de…

OHS Research Forum 26th November 2015

As custodian of the OHS Body of Knowledge for Generalist OHS Professionals the Australian OHS Education Accreditation Board has an interest in promoting OHS research and ensuring its translation and d…

Chisholm Institute demonstrates commitment to OHS by supporting OHS Body of Knowledge

The Safety Institute of Australia and the Australian OHS Education Accreditation Board today formally announce Chisholm Institute as a license holder for the OHS Body of Knowledge.

In becoming a l…

Videos now available

View videos of the presentations at the launch of the second edition of the OHS Body of Knowledge. See Andrew Hopkins speak on the role of knowledge. Hear Associate Professor Neil Foster give a summar…

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