Part 1 The data speak but what do they tell you? national occupational injury statistics - what can the data tell us? analysis of narrative text fields in occupational injury data; using data to identify industry research priorities. Part 2 Errors, mistakes and behaviour: the role of accident experiences on subsequent accident events; time-to-contact; the use of human error data as indicators of changes in work performance. Part 3 The role of risk in safety: is risk perception one of the dimensions of safety climate? the concept of target risk and its implications for accident prevention strategies; minimising the risk of occupational-acquired HIV/AIDS - universal precautions and health care workers. Part 4 Organizations, management, culture and safety: people make accidents, but organizations cause them; management and culture - the third age of safety; a review of approaches to organizational aspects of safety health and environment. Part 5 Safety interventions:workplace organizational factors and occupational accidents; safety interventions - international perspectives; before it is too late - evaluating the effectiveness of interventions; a three dimensional model relating intervention and co-operation to injury prevention - background, description and application. Part 6 Rules or trust - ensuring compliance: prevention of chemical injury - an unconventional view; the case for regulating compliance - a unionist's view; the case for industry self- regulation - introducing an alternative compliance system in the long distance road transport industry. Part 7 The compensation system in Australia - help or hindrance: workers' compensation and common law - how to civil legal system discourages occupational injury prevention; does compensation have a role in injury prevention?