August 2019

The resource the infrastructure sector trusts
August 27, 2019

Infrastructure magazine is an industry-leading publication that brings together asset owners, statutory bodies, consulting engineers and first-tier contractors to explore the…

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Making Safety Easy Using Wireless Technology
August 20, 2019

Wireless technology and battery powered devices are clearly the way of the future when it comes to safety solutions. Innovative, powerful,…

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Are you ready for medical emergencies on site?
August 20, 2019

Workplace accidents are a frightening experience for everyone involved, but imagine if your injured workers had no way of knowing help…

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Dangerous Goods Cabinets: What to look for
August 20, 2019

Not all Dangerous Goods cabinets are created equal, and price is not the only consideration. Here are 3 things to consider…

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St John Ambulance’s technology enhanced courses create faster First Aid Training
August 20, 2019

St John Ambulance Victoria now provides some of the fastest First Aid training in Australia. Known as SJx, the training uses…

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Health and safety officials under investigation for allegedly giving confidential information to CFMEU
August 20, 2019

Queensland’s corruption watchdog has ordered an investigation into “serious allegations” senior government workplace safety officers have passed confidential information to the…

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QLD safety reset clears half of state mining workforce
August 19, 2019

The Queensland Government has revealed that the safety reset initiative in the state has reached nearly half of its 50,000-strong mine…

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Four in five working people injured or ill due to work
August 15, 2019

Nearly 80% of working people have been injured, or become ill, or both as a result of their work, according to…

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Lawyers experience high rates of anxiety and depression, survey finds
August 15, 2019

A survey of 200 legal professionals across Australia and New Zealand revealed a high percentage of employees at small and medium-sized…

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Melbourne Meat Processor Fined After Worker’s Hand Amputated
August 15, 2019

Melbourne meat processor JBS Australia has been fined $90,000 after a worker’s hand was amputated by a factory machine. Melbourne Magistrates…

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