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– Audits – 8 ways to get the most out of them

Audits – 8 Ways to get the most out of them Audits - a waste of everyone’s time or a great way to identify safety improvements? Opinion will be mixed. Anyone who has been involved in an audit, whether it be for safety, quality or environmental reasons, will have a...

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– Employers Failing Workers on Sun Exposure Risks

Employers Failing Workers on Sun Exposure Risks Most of us know that too much sun exposure can harm our health – but because this harm is not always visible, it’s hard to identify the damage until it’s too late. Over-exposure to solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation is a...

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– TCA conducts training for Cotton On

TCA completes Emergency Warden training for COTTON ON Regulation 43 of the harmonised WHS regulations imposes a duty on the employer or other person conducting the business or undertaking (PCBU), to prepare and maintain an emergency plan. This applies to emergencies...

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– Dealing with Heat

Dealing with the Heat As we head into Summer, planning now for the dangers of heat strain is a proactive approach that we all need to address. There are no prescribed temperature maximums or minimums in work health and safety legislation and a risk management approach...

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– GHS. Are you ready???

GHS – Are you ready?   The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), as it’s name implies, is a system used globally to classify and communicate chemical hazards, using specified terms and information on chemical labels and Safety...

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– Asthma . 8 die in recent event

Asthma – 8 Die in recent event As recent events have shown us, asthma attacks can strike fast and to a widespread range of individuals. Even those who have never been affected before could develop asthma over their lives and experience a sudden onset for the very...

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WORKSAFE VIC EMPLOYS NEW INSPECTORS

WorkSafe Victoria employs 17 new Inspectors – three new inspectors will be based in Melbourne with the other 14 moved into roles across Melbourne, Geelong and Latrobe Valley.

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NEW BILL DOUBLES MAXIMUM OHS FINES IN VIC

The Treasury and Finance Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 (Treasury and Finance Bill) increases the maximum penalty from 9000 penalty units (more than $1 million) to 20,000 units (more than $3 million)

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QUANTITY OR QUALITY

How many OHS documents does your organisation have?, it seems that in our efforts to implement a robust safety management system in our workplace…

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PROVIDE BASIC EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT

We offer this first aid training as a one day face to face session which includes CPR, Defibrillator, Bleeding, Shock, Choking & Airway obstruction, Allergic reactions, Anaphylaxis and Respiratory distress. This training includes emergency management and “hands...

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