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Trip hazard was “yellow enough”

Wager DCJ in the Western Australian District Court has stopped short of allowing a faded yellow bracket used to secure …

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FWC’s new anti-bullying website – some more guidance

The FWC has launched its new anti-bullying website. The website contains information including what is bullying at work, what is …

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Facebook bullying – not a joke

With the increasing use of social media, employers need to be aware of the potential for workplace bullying to occur …

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New SWA anti-bullying guides released

Safe Work Australia has recently released two new anti-bullying guides, including “Guide for preventing and responding to workplace bullying” and …

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SA Court imposes $100,000 fine for OHS breach

In March 2011, a flight of newly constructed concrete stairs with a landing collapsed during the building of a three …

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Taking time to reflect on safety?

In 2009, the United States Congress proclaimed that the 6th of December each year would be recognised in remembrance of …

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Working with regulators to achieve safety

Different health and safety regulators across the world work with industry differently to improve health and safety. Some achieve this …

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Sowing the seeds of safety

Managers often do not have either the technical background or the time to get into the detail of the tasks …

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Negligent contractor charged with murder in the US

Contractors engaged to demolish a building in Philadelphia, United States, are now facing criminal charges including multiple murder, as well …

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Is it time you took a break?

20 November 2013 was the 5th Go Home on Time Day in Australia. This day coincided with the release of …

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