Camping

Cooking up a storm (safely) this Easter

Are you or your colleagues planning a camping getaway this Easter break? Camping with friends and family can be a …

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Open Pit Mining

Bringing it together- update on Resources Safety Legislation for WA

The pace is picking up with the plan to consolidate resources safety legislation in WA with the release of the …

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Complicated

It’s complicated

Detailed and comprehensive procedures appear good on paper, but they can add legal risks if not followed.  Simple and effective …

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AVONDALE SHIPYARD WORKER WEARS SPECIAL EARMUFFS

Manufacturing a better outcome

Safe Work Australia has released a report that provides an overview of the regulator’s current state of knowledge about health …

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Feet

Is Sunday night sleep deprivation creating a workplace risk?

If you’re having trouble getting to sleep on Sunday nights, you’re not alone. Almost a fifth of the population in …

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Sheep Dog

Are your officers doing enough to meet their WHS duties?

The sentencing of a New Zealand house-moving director to 4 months home detention and fining of his company $60,000 for …

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Selfie

Are selfies posing a safety risk in your workplace?

Do you allow workers to use mobile phones in your workplace? Are they taking selfies? A recent report into a …

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Power

Live work to be banned to save lives

In February 2015 an explosion in a transformer room at the Morley Galleria shopping centre in Perth killed two men …

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Files Or Reports

Incident Investigation – a safety challenge?

The need to provide incident reports to regulators gives rise to a safety paradox – what is apparently being done …

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