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Issue 365 - 14 February 2013

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Industry News
OHS managers out-earn bosses
Bullying review greeted with caution
Right to silence clarified
Rebuke on building code
Jailed for fraud
Safe Work Australia Awards
Training News
WHS Principles of Compliance
Queensland
New South Wales / Australian Capital Territory
Victoria
South Australia
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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Safe Work Australia Awards

Winners of the Safe Work Australia Awards will be revealed in April.

The eighth annual awards ceremony will be held at Old Parliament House Canberra on 29 April.

Twenty-nine finalists will vie for five awards:
• best WHS management system
• best solution to an identified WHS issue
• best WHS practice/s in a small business
• best individual contribution to WHS by an employee
• best individual contribution to WHS by an OHS manager

Each of the finalists is a category winner in their respective 2012 state, territory or Commonwealth WHS awards.

For more details, see Safe Work Australia

 

 
   
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