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NETWORK MEETING – Behaviour Based Safety Workshop (Marsh)

Event Details

This is the Second session of practical application of BBS following from the introduction session provided March


Kristy Nicholson, Workforce Strategies Leader, Marsh Advisory, Pacific

Topic:        Behavioural safety workshop

Following her thought provoking, and question generating session in March this year, Kristy will provide a follow on session on behavioural safety to deep dive into why workers take risks, and workshop how safety professionals can assess at risk behaviours and identify strategies to turn those at risk behaviours into safe behaviours in their own workplace.

In this session we will workshop scenarios of troublesome at risk behaviours. If you have a scenario you want to workshop, please provide details to Kristy prior to the session.


About your Presenter

Kristy Nicholson is the leader of Marsh’s Workforce Strategies practice. In this role, she is responsible for managing a team of almost 30 consultants in the delivery of client services and solutions aimed at managing safety and workforce risk; including prevention of incidents and injuries, systems, strategies, auditing, technology solutions, process efficiencies, change management and compliance. Kristy has experience across many industries and has specific expertise in auditing and behavioural safety.


Kristy joined Marsh in 2006 and has successfully developed and delivered industry leading solutions to clients as well as built the Workforce Strategies practice to one of the leading safety consulting practices in Australia today. Kristy has worked with numerous clients to manage risk, reduce costs, enhance value, and increase efficiency and effectiveness of safety management systems.


  • BAppSc in Human Movement
  • Post Grad in Exercise for Rehabilitation
  • Post Grad in Ergonomics


  • Certified lead auditor in OHS management systems (ISO 45001), Exemplar Global
  • Australian Institute of Health and Safety


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