The Safety Solutions WA team are all qualified and competent safety professions from a variety of backgrounds, specialties and all with valuable years of experience.
Prior to engaging us and assigning any of our consultants to you, Safety Solutions WA will discuss and clearly identify your requirements with you and then assign the most suitable team member to be able to hit the ground running and effectively work with your business.
Our team have had successfully provided services within a wide range of organisations such as construction and associated trades, electrical industry, training and educational facilities, office environments and service providers, manufacturing, oil/gas, marine, mining, waste water, rail, civils, not for profit associations, primary industries and hospitality industries.
Director and Founder
Graeme is an experienced and passionate safety professional with expertise in risk assessment and management, WHS inspections/audits, and incident investigations.
Prior to establishing Safety Solutions WA in 2010, Graeme was a WorkSafe WA Inspector and a Detective in the WA Police Force, as well as working in safety roles in the private sector.
His experience in WHS covers multiple industries, as Safety Solutions WA’s clients cover everything from small family-owned businesses, to large corporations and Government Departments.
Graeme takes the leadership role and shares his knowledge and experiences with his team to provide the best working experience for them as he possibly can, in order for them to help make our clients’ workplaces safer.
In his spare time, Graeme’s a boatie (from which he fishes/dives / surfs), loves travelling and cooking and has two kids that he says are growing up way too quickly!
When growing up, he wanted to be a Marine Biologist and spend his life travelling the world diving.
Bree keeps track of our client’s and team’s schedules, staff training, mentoring and quality assurance of Safety Solutions WA’s deliverables.
She has broad WHS experience, having worked within the manufacturing, primary industry, hospitality, construction, landscaping, aged care, educational, arts and facilities management sectors.
Bree is a cool nerd (the Star Wars, gaming kind of nerd) but also loves the outdoors.
The favourite project Bree’s worked on is the refurbishment of the WA State Mortuary and enjoys working within the construction space over most other industries.
In her spare time, Bree gets outdoors with her family, and enjoys reading (fiction novels and graphic novels), gaming, making and wearing cosplay outfits, travelling and cooking.
If she wasn’t keeping the reigns in control of our team, Bree would have liked to have been a Doctor.
Business Development Manager
Rachael engages with new and existing clients and develops proposals.
Rachael started her WHS career in the offshore oil and gas industry, however, has spent the last decade consulting for a range of industry sectors, including education, local government, health and community services, aged care and manufacturing.
Rachael is enthusiastic and determined, with a strong passion for WHS.
Rachael developed the “Improving the Safety of At-Risk People” guide for DFES. This guide was aimed at community service providers who provide in-home care to clients living in bushfire-risk areas. It assists community service providers to understand the risk to their workers and to their clients, providing advice to follow if a bushfire starts.
Rachael feels great pride in delivering training sessions that gives participants the knowledge to improve their workplace safety and the confidence to be safety leaders. She delivers training in traditional classroom settings and virtually via Teams, however, has also been known to run sessions sitting under a tree, in a cool room, in a sea container, on a ship, and even in a chocolate factory.
Rachael is a sectional hiker of the Bibbulmun Track and has completed approximately 350 km of the 1000km journey.
Rachael wanted to be a librarian when she was growing up.
Bronwyn enjoys collaborating with and building relationships with our clients, working together to improve safety management systems and well-being of workers.
She loves working alongside our team, who also get just as excited and passionate about safety as she does.
Bronwyn started her WHS career as an HSEQ Administrator, learning workplace health and safety legislation and practices. She got the ‘safety bug’ and continued studying to gain more knowledge about workplace health and safety processes.
Bronwyn has experience in the high-risk areas of oil and gas offshore safety management systems and processes, along with civil construction and asphalt services.
Bronwyn’s personality style is a ‘Protagonist’. She strongly enjoys and has a real passion for mental health and well-being within workplaces. “It’s great to see that mental health wellbeing is coming into the ‘spotlight’ and more and more workplaces are recognising this and implementing controls and assistance to support their workers through difficult times.”
Outside of work, Bronwyn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, as well as her two dogs.
When she was younger, Bronwyn wanted to become a vet and never thought she’d be in the workplace safety field.
However, today is extremely happy and really feels that she’s making a difference. Bronwyn firmly believes everyone who goes to work should return home to their loved ones at the end of each work day, in the same way they started.
Clarissa has a strong background in mining and farming as well as construction, manufacturing, healthcare, education and hospitality.
Clarissa is a passionate, insightful and honest worker. Her caring and thoughtful nature shines through when she is working with clients to guide them through their WHS issues to find reasonable and practicable solutions.
Favourite projects of Clarissa’s have been working in the Kimberley and with the WA Museum.
When Clarissa is outside of work, she enjoys catching up with friends, date nights with her husband, shopping, massages, roller skating and spring cleaning.
When Clarissa was younger, she wanted to be an Accountant or Vet.
Eryn has many years of experience in mining and maritime/defence/construction. Prior to these industries, she worked in several different fields which have taught her many skills that she can transfer to any client setting she works in.
Eryn has an exceptional ability to see a situation from several angles. She is helpful, perceptive, diplomatic, idealistic and has a wicked sense of humour.
Eryn enjoys upgrading existing systems to make them easier for clients to implement, and to improve efficiency and usability. If developing a new system from scratch, she strives to build the system to be user-friendly and workable for the client. Eryn has a strong passion to understand the client, their expectations and wants and delivering what they asked for, and beyond with other aspects, the client didn’t know they needed however would assist them to excel with their WHS.
When Eryn isn’t at work, she loves to have adventures with her family – making forts, swimming, and ice skating. Eryn also loves to create – paint, and tie-dye. Eryn likes to potter in the garden, read, and work on personal improvement and philosophizing.
When Eryn was growing up, she wanted to be a lawyer, teacher and singer (all at the same time – even when young, she was very ambitious).
Naomi has experience in hospitality, mining, manufacturing and construction.
Naomi brings an enthusiastic and intuitive approach to WHS, with empathy and understanding of the client’s needs.
Naomi’s favourite project she has worked on to date has been a large construction project for the Karrinyup Shopping Centre and Chevron Towers.
Naomi has a strong passion for mental health and improving the safety culture within a business and with individuals.
In her spare time, Naomi likes to read and practice yoga.
When Naomi was growing up, she wanted to be a Nurse or a Bobcat Operator.
Nicola has experience in the private and public sectors. Some of these have been around civil construction (roads), defence, disability services, construction, and the legal sector. Nicola has worked in and consulted with multi-site and multi-state organisations across varying industries.
Nicola is compassionate, open-minded and solutions focused. Her honest and practicable approach means that she brings all options to the table and collaborates with the client to assist them to come to a usable solution to their WHS.
One of Nicola’s favourite projects has been the Armadale Court and Police Complex. Nicola started on the project when the dirt was freshly turned. Nicola feels lucky enough to still be auditing that project as it nears completion. Nicola has enjoyed seeing all stages of the project and the various risks that come with each of those.
Nicola spends most of her spare time is spent with her family – her husband and 3 boys. They love camping, getting away in their caravan and exploring the beauty of Western Australia and beyond into the rest of Australia. Nicola also loves getting out on her paddle board whenever she can.
Nicola is a huge fan of Jungle Body. Nicola loves any exercise that’s disguised as dancing to great music. She always leaves the class smiling.
Nicola also loves the footy “Go the Dockers!”
When Nicola was growing up, she wanted to be an equestrian horse rider, rock star, chef, psychologist and midwife.
Josh comes to us as a Navy Veteran with experience in communication and fibre optics. Josh also has experience in sports and events, civils and construction.
Josh is easily approachable and communicative with the ability to be straight to the point with issues that require hard decisions and thought. Josh has the unique ability to strip back the cover of a situation and bring out the root cause to find a reasonable and practicable solution for the client.
Josh’s favourite projects he has worked on to date have been a large Synergy Kwinana Project and the refurbishment of the Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
Josh enjoys the variety in consulting – the ability to walk into a business and change perspective, educate people, and improve safety culture by making sure that people know how to be safe in the workplace.
Josh is our other nerd in the team – Mediaeval Swordplay, Dungeons and Dragons, and tabletop gaming. He also plays ice hockey and is an amateur writer.
Josh also enjoys spending time with his two girls.
As a kid, Josh has always wanted to join the military, a dream he followed. Now if money was not an option, or he wins the lotto, he would go back to school to become a lawyer.
Safety Solutions WA are a Western Australian based workplace health and safety consultancy that believes in effective and hassle free safety management.
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27 Malata Cres, Success WA 6164
Ph: 08 9434 1680