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Issue 367 - 14 March 2013

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Safety scholarships on offer

Applications are now open for two $10,000 scholarships to improve the health and safety of women in South Australian workplaces.

The SafeWork SA scholarships are awarded annually. They are named after Augusta Zadow: SA’s first female Inspector of Factories in 1895. 

“The scholarship money will help the recipient advance their workplace safety proposal through further education, research or developing a solution to a work health and safety issue faced by working women,” said SafeWork SA Executive Director Bryan Russell in a media statement.  

SafeWork SA said previous scholarship funds had been used to address the effect of chemicals on fertility, working through menopause, sexual harassment and other issues.

Applications close on 27 August 2013. 

For more details, visit SafeWork SA
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