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safe work practice

Educating the workforce to perform tasks safely

Our Services

Hazardous Manual Tasks Training

‘Hazardous Manual Tasks Training’, formally known as ‘manual handling training’ is our specialty!

Job Dictionary

A ‘job dictionary’ is a collection of the physical demands of jobs within your organisation aimed at reducing the physical risks to workers.

Train The Trainer Programs

Our ‘train the trainer’ programs offer an additional level of training to larger organisations that wish to train their staff internally.

Ergonomic Workstation Assessments

We offer a variety of services to assist you with maintaining a healthy posture in your working environment.

Online Education

We have adapted to an online based learning model for those unable to host or attend face to face training due to COVID restrictions.

About US

Safe work practice was established in 1998 in Adelaide by 2 industry lead industrial physiotherapists Tracy Secombe and Mary Hill and over it’s time has grown to a versatile organisation servicing all states, operating from South Australia and Victoria.

Together with current clinical director by Lisa Harman (physiotherapist), Safe Work Practice’s team of highly experienced physiotherapists and occupational therapists offer a specialised range of Occupational Health Services with a strong client-centred approach.

LATEST News & Updates

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1 month ago
Safe Work Practice

📣 what is that…. NO wait list for OT? ✅ immediate availability ✅ mobile service ✅ NDIS registered ✅ senior team oversight ✅

We can’t remember the last time we didn’t have a wait list 😬

We have been very busy behind the scenes building a very capable and experienced team, we now boast a team of 7 OTs, 6 physiotherapists and 7 therapy assistants.
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2 months ago
Safe Work Practice

RIP, such an inspiration and sheer determination. Exciting to see what his ideas might bring for future technology!

'World's first cyborg' dies aged 64
Peter Scott-Morgan, from Devon, decided to challenge what it meant to be human when he refused to accept his fate following a diagnosis of motor neurone disease in 2017.
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3 months ago
Safe Work Practice

Appreciation for all of the hard working nurses and care workers who look after the world’s most vulnerable. Irreplaceable ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Appreciation for all of the hard working nurses and care workers who look after the world’s most vulnerable. Irreplaceable ❤️