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Issue 365 - 14 February 2013

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OHS managers out-earn bosses
Bullying review greeted with caution
Right to silence clarified
Rebuke on building code
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Safe Work Australia Awards
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WHS Principles of Compliance
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NSCA Announcements
Adelaide Breakfast Forum
Release of Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2013
Spotlight on safety at NMW 2013
Career Watch
Injury Management Coordinator (NSW)
Injury Management Consultant (NSW)
RTW Coordinator (NSW)
Project Risk Manager (NSW)
Rail Safety and Assurance Manager (NSW)
HSE Advisor Roads (NSW)
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Project Risk Manager (NSW)

This multifaceted design and construction company is a specialist in their field. Responsible for the design and construction of numerous high quality and multi million commercial and retail outlets they are consistently winning work and maintaining previous business.

Due to a project starting soon there is a need for an experienced safety manager. As this is a high value project you need to have a proven track record of managing safety on site for commercial, residential and retail building projects worth up to $200million.

This is an excellent opportunity with a professional employer who currently have good safety management systems in place. You’ll need to come in and hit the ground running. The project managers and site managers you’ll be working alongside need someone who is experienced and can work autonomously on site and also possesses good negotiating skills.

To be considered for this role you must have a tertiary qualification in OH&S, i.e a degree or diploma. You will have the ability to deal with site staff as well as corporate members, unions and subcontractors. Implementing safety management plans, reviewing SWMS from subcontractors, dealing with procurement are all standard daily duties. Again you must have high rise residential, commercial and retail experience to be considered as this is paramount to understanding the risks involved in the work being carried out.

For further information on this great opportunity with a sought after employer please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 02 9249 2260 or email

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