John Lee (Assistive Technology Specialist, San Luis Obispo, CA)
Kym Bancroft (Workplace Health and Safety QLD, Worker’s Compensation and Electrical Safety Regulator, Brisbane QLD)
Tracy Hulme (Exercise Scientist, Sunshine Coast, QLD)
Georgina Poole (Senior Associate - HSE Lidiar Group, Brisbane, QLD)
Alan Boyd (Strategic Account Manager APAC, ErgoTron, Sydney, NSW)
Alanna Ball (Women in Safety Founder | Principal Consultant, Brisbane, QLD)
The stories are an excellent way to get messages across to your listeners. The way that you are all doing it, with some human and fun, makes it relatable without diluting the importance or seriousness of the cases. I really like the personalities (male and female). You are building in answers to the conversations, such as setting boundaries and time limits for events (S1E1).
I’ve always believed that we needed to see legal issues discussed more publicly because the average person so often doesn’t know what they may be up against in the law, let alone the ramifications. Your podcast is tailoring this message.
In my work I’ve learned that everyone wants to be looked after and it makes me appreciate why we have laws in the first place, i.e., what we’re trying to do with them – a way of building a community, that we must have acceptable behaviour, and the law can protect us, and so on? Too often the average person feels threatened by it.
The episode lengths are great. You’re all extremely fluent. I’m really enjoying it!”
Chris Smith (Safety Culture Leader, A Cultural Leadership)
“I think it’s the lawyer in your trio. My observations suggest that Lawyers spend much of their studies learning how to skirt the edge of inappropriate comments and a way of inserting dry humor into otherwise clinical discussion.”
“Also, I wonder if Sara is the tall poppy or simply the rose between two thorns.”
Nick Driver (Wellbeing and Safety Advisor, Gympie, QLD)
“I loved the repartee and the great rapport among the three of you – great chemistry! I laughed about the sex and light fittings… You had me with the story about stilettos also. The podcast highlights the difficulties faced by employers now that working from home is so common and difficult to regulate. The lines are blurred, just like in the case that you describe about the woman who was injured by a dog while protecting her daughter’s puppy. Employers must anticipate the possible risks and determine how to manage them. At least your podcast will bring to light examples with case law and examine the complexities to guide employers. Well done to the three of you – love the music also!”