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WHWB - Australia
Workplace Health Without Borders – Australia (WHWB-AUS) was incorporated as a charity in December 2018. It is a branch of the International body and serves to promote health and hygiene in the Asia-Pacific region from an Austral-Asian base. Our role is to work with all the existing WHWB bodies such that all workers may have a safe work place and return home healthy every day.
We are inviting people to join our organisation and lend their expertise, enthusiasm and time to fundraising and developing projects to help prevent occupational illness worldwide. Anyone studying, working or interested in occupational health, safety and hygiene is welcome to join. Please note, there is a small annual membership fee.
A world where workers do not get sick because of their work.
To engage the occupational health professions in ensuring that workers and employers throughout the world have the knowledge and technical means to prevent work-related disease. Our strategic Framework is available here: Strategic Framework for WHWB Australia.
President – Jason Green
Jason Green has over 27 years’ experience in the health, safety and environmental fields in a variety of industries including construction, property, industrial, utilities, health, mining, education and consulting. He specialises in: Occupational Hygiene, Hazardous Substances and Building Materials, Environmental Science, Indoor Air Quality, Large-scale/Multi site Project Management and Supervision. Jason is a Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH)® and Full Member of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygiene (AIOH). Jason is Certified Water Damage Restoration Technician with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) he in an Indoor Environmental Practitioner (IEP) and he holds a master’s degree in Occupational Hygiene Practice (OHP)
Secretary – Darren Delaney
Darren is the founder of Transport Safety Systems, where he applies his 30 plus years in the road transport and heavy haulage industries to understand how the systems influence human behaviour to identify where the potential failure points may eventuate. Darren holds his Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety (BoHS), Master of Advanced Safety Science Practice and is currently undertaking his Doctor of Professional Studies while he continues to identify failures in the system and explore new practices to improve the health of workers in high-risk workplaces.
Treasurer – Ann Divilly
Ann is the Regional Finance Director for a global engineering and construction company in Perth. She is a qualified Chartered Accountant and is a member of the Chartered Accountancy body of Australia/New Zealand and Ireland. Working largely in the oil and gas sector workplace health has always been a core value throughout her career.
General Member – Tanya Jenke
Tanya is the General Manager for Cority Australia, where she manages and supports Australian customers. She is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), a Chartered Professional Member of the Safety Institute of Australia (CMPSIA), holds a Diploma of Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS) and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Occupational Health and Safety. Tanya has over fifteen years of experience in the occupational health and environmental safety field, specializing in Industrial Hygiene.
General Member – Elaine Lindars
Elaine is the Director and co-founder of RED OHMS Group, a HSE consultancy, has a Ph.D. in geochemistry & 30 yrs’ experience in occupational, environmental & analytical chemistry. She is a Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH), a Chartered Professional Member of the Safety Institute of Australia (CPMSIA) and a Charted Chemist with the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (MRACI CChem).