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Issue 372 - 23 May 2013

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Industry News
'Buddy' dragged into conveyor
Fake licences threaten safety
Compo sex case back in court
In the Budget
US investigator turns to Australia
Training News
New Work Health and Safety Certificate IV and Diploma can take your career further
May - June Membership Offer
Last minute training specials in QLD and ACT
Queensland / Northern Territory
New South Wales / Australian Capital Territory
South Australia
NSCA Announcements
National Safety Awards - Hurry! Nominations close 7 July
Total Facilities Expo, Sydney 5-6 June
Worker Fatalities Update - 65 Australian workers lost to workplace fatalities as at 20 May 2013
Driver Fatigue Conference, Melbourne 18-19 June
Forklift Safety Seminar, Sydney 4 June
NEW Dental Health Workers Safety Guide
Career Watch
Health and Safety Manager (NSW)
WHS Advisor (NSW)
National Health and Safety Manager (NSW)
Safety Advisor Commercial Construction (NSW)
HSE Officer Construction (NSW)
HSEQ Manager Building Construction (NSW)
Safety, Health & Environment Manager (NSW)
WHS Risk & Solutions Project Advisors (NSW)
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Safety Advisor Commercial Construction (NSW)

A leader in the construction of high rise and large commercial and industrial projects in Australia this company boasts an extensive repertoire of clients. Due to an increase in project work and growth in the company there is a vacancy for an experienced Safety Advisor.

You need to have proven experience managing safety on projects for high rise commercial and industrial projects in Australia, preferably with a top tier builder on values of at least $50million. This role is part of the senior management team and you will liaise with site managers, project managers and subcontractors regarding work carried out. This organisation is OFSC accredited so experience with external and internal audits to sustain the accrediation is vital. The role is based on site and in the office and requires an advisor who is hands on and understands different phases of construction such as materials, precast, demolition and mobile plant and risks involved. Good computer and writing skills are important to enable you to communicate with staff within the business and externally and write incidents reports and update the safety management plan.

To be considered for this role consistent safety experience in commercial and industrial building construction is essential. A Diploma in OH&S is highly regarded or a Cert IV in OH&S. This is a great opportunity with a reputable employer that is increasing in size and projects. An attractive salary is on offer depending on experience. Only applicants who have the eligibility to work in Australia and have worked in specific safety roles will be considered. For further information please contact

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