This multidisciplinary print and electronic Journal presents current HSE research and the latest emerging HSE topics as examined by industry specialists and academics. It is essential reading for committed HSE researchers and professionals.
The aims of the Journal are to provide:
• A forum in which to disseminate new HSE research findings and discuss HSE issues
• Practical research-based solutions for HSE problems
• Interpretations of current workplace health and safety legislation
• Analyses of contemporary HSE issues
Hazard management, safe systems of work, risk minimisation or elimination and injury disease prevention, consultation and dispute resolution processes, contractor integration, WHS training and education, and particular industry risk or regulation indicate the breadth of the Journal sphere of interest.
The Journal is indexed on SCOPUS and CABELL’S INTERNATIONAL.
For more information or to subscribe to the Journal, please get in touch.
All queries regarding submission to the Journal are to be emailed to Ruth Green, Managing Editor, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment.
Reference should first be made to:
- Instructions for authors
- Conflict of interest statement
- Malpractice statement
- Ethics statement
Editorial Executive & Board
The Editorial Executive of the Journal spearheads the development and maintenance of the Journal in the WHS and HSE context through its focus on direction, content, academic and publishing spread and focus, and research integrity. The Executive is supported by the Editorial Board in development of the high standards of the Journal through their expert role in review of papers and other contributions both as to subject and content, submission of high level content and expert input into the Journal’s focus and ongoing development.
Read more about the members of the Editorial Executive composed of Don Dingsdag, Tim Driscoll, Dianne Gardner, Ian Laird, Ron McCallum AO, David McBride and Pam Pryor.
The Editorial Board supports the work of the Editorial Executive and the high standards of the Journal through its expert role in review of papers and other contributions both as to subject and content, member submission of high level content and expert input into the Journal’s focus and ongoing development.
Read more about the members of the Editorial Board composed of Susanne Bahn, Tim Bentley, Philip Bohle, Barry Chesson, Drew Dawson, Natassia Goode, Fiona Haines, Jimmy Hu, Rebecca Loudoun, Dino Pisaniello, Kevin Purse, Ross Underwood, Warwick Williams.
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