Safety Sense for Young Workers and Students Young workers may lack safety sense and safety experience and are sometimes unfamiliar with workplace procedures. They sometimes don't know what their rights are or are too shy or too frightened to speak up. Apprentices my be given dangerous jobs or … [Read more...] about Safety Sense
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Nothing warm and fuzzy about workplace conflict Although often considered the "soft" side of safety, workplace conflict can be very tough to manage and will come under greater scrutiny when the new model workplace health and safety laws are rolled out in 12 months' time. Workplace conflict … [Read more...] about workplace conflict
Accident Investigation Training Video 2010 - Incident & Near Miss Investigation and Reporting There are laws and regulations that require the investigation and reporting of certain types of accidents. Insurance requirements also lead to many Accident Investigations as do potential claims at … [Read more...] about Accident Investigation Training Video
WHSO no longer required in QLD? Recent edition of UQ OHS News expresses concerns about the place of WHSO under new National Harmonisation Laws: The first and most significant of these is the proposed abolition of the Workplace Health and Safety Officer (WHSO) and changing OH&S representatives … [Read more...] about WHSO no longer required in QLD?
Workplace Health and Safety Signs Are a Must By Cole Rees Workplace health and safety are important aspects of the business place that must be given proper attention to the details associated with how you protect your people and the premises. This can be accomplished with the very best health and … [Read more...] about Workplace Health and Safety Signs Are a Must