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Leading for safety

When leading the workforce to ensure safety, it is important to generate enthusiasm in workers so that safety becomes a …

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Crane Case Raises a Risk Assessment Reminder

A recent decision by a Victorian Magistrate’s Court regarding an individual crane truck driver prosecuted for beaching its OSH duties …

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The global cost of poor workplace safety

Hazardous conditions in the workplace are a very real global issue. Over 313 million workers suffer non-fatal occupational injuries each …

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Using JHAs

An issue that commonly arises in managing risk and is often a source of contention with regulators is when is …

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Tyring work

Off the road (OTR) tyres remain a critical issue for the Department of Mines and Petroleum with the release of …

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CoR obligations commencing next week

Next week (27 April 2015) the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws come into effect in WA. Whilst WA is not …

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Applying the reasonably practicable test – more than just huff and puff

Windmills have been synonymous with country living for many years, utilising wind power to pump ground water for domestic and …

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Managing breakdowns

Managing breakdown work can create some of your highest safety risks as the tasks are typically not planned in as …

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Statutory Investigation reports – managing a potential risk

Safety regulators have a challenging task to on the one hand educate businesses about the safety learnings from incidents and …

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Aviation incident increases focus on mental health issues

The aviation community are examining safety standards given the evidence that the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 might have …

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