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Issue 371 - 9 May 2013

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Industry News
Thousands of lives destroyed
Compo access to narrow
Cancer proof to reduce
National rehab model in the works
Being on song gets the gong
Training News
6 months free membership for new enrolments
Last minute training specials in QLD and NSW
Extra Safety Essential Workshops
Last chance to do WHSO to Cert IV in OHS bridging course
New training courses for QLD
Queensland / Northern Territory
New South Wales / Australian Capital Territory
South Australia
NSCA Announcements
Worker Fatalities Update - 54 Australian workers lost to workplace fatalities as at 6 May 2013
Total Facilities Expo 7-10 May 2013
National Manufacturing Week
MTO Summit - 6-7 June, Perth
Safety guide for hair and beauty professionals
Career Watch
Regional EHS Manager (NSW)
Safety Advisor Commercial Construction (NSW)
Quality Manager (NSW)
WHS Advisor (NSW)
Health and Safety Leader (NSW)
National Health and Safety Manager (NSW)
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WHS Advisor (NSW)

Working within the public sector, this team is responsible for maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for all its employees.

A contract position has become available for an experienced WHS Advisor to provide support to the WHS Manager in delivering WHS services to the Sydney region. You will manage and update the WHS management systems, while investigating WHS incidents and determining the level of intervention required. You will provide advisory support to the division.

To be successful you will have tertiary qualifications in Health and Safety, along with demonstrated knowledge and experience in the application of WHS practices. An effective communicator with excellent negotiation and presentation skills, your consultative results driven approach will enable you to to work independently to meet tight deadlines.

Please contact Kelly Adams on

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