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Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results
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Matthew Belleghem, Safeseatch - SearchStream Remuneration Survey results

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Matthew Belleghem delivered this presentation at the Safety in Action 2014 Conference in Melbourne. This conference brings thought leadership and showcases topical, innovative safety methods and …

Matthew Belleghem delivered this presentation at the Safety in Action 2014 Conference in Melbourne. This conference brings thought leadership and showcases topical, innovative safety methods and practices.

For more information, please visit http://www.safetyinaction.net.au/SIA2014Melbourne

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  • 1. overview of HSE remuneration survey 2013/2014
  • 2. 8 year analysis - safety
  • 3. 8 year analysis - environment
  • 4. • Salaries in boom states heavily impacted •HSE Managers in WA down 20.8%; in QLD down 10.7% • Entry-level role TAR has increased • Senior-most safety roles increased TAR by 6.5% • Safety functions consolidated but commitment to health and safety has increased – pressure to do more with less geographic readjustment
  • 5. average total actual remuneration VIC 2012/2013 VIC 2013/2014 National 2013/2014 WHS/HSE Officer $81k $81k $80k WHS/HSE Coordinator/Advisor $111k $103k $116k WHS/HSE Manager $153k $158k $164k National WHS/HSE Manager $183k $193k $206k General Manager WHS/HSE $290k $317k $335k
  • 6. • Consistent with previous years findings – demand for formal qualifications continue to rise • At the OHS/HSE Manager level two thirds now hold an undergraduate degree in safety or better – a significant increase over last year • The mining downturn has seen a rush of people updating their qualifications in WA qualifications
  • 7. qualitative findings emerging issues • Top emerging issue was dealing with mental health and wellbeing, raised by 41% of participants Focus on doing more with less • 65% found difficulty in hiring talent. Poor quality of candidates in the market was raised frequently • Bullying and Harassment and stress were prominent in commentary • 25% raised the ageing workforce as an emerging issue
  • 8. mental health and wellbeing • 4 out of 10 participants flagged mental health as their top issue • “Increasing litigiousness of employees” with psychological claims flagged as major consideration • 90% of respondents have mental health initiatives • 63% found it difficult to measure the effectiveness of these initiatives • Some respondents indicated a doubling in psychological claims last financial year
  • 9. contact information To purchase a copy of the report or for more information visit safesearch.com.au Thank you

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