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Issue 373 - 6 June 2013

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Industry News
Long-awaited bullying code released
Broadband asbestos clean-up underway
Directors can’t shirk responsibility
Compo barriers should drop
Worker’s leg amputated
Training News
Health and Safety Representative - Refresher training available across Australia
NEW First Aid FASTTRACK training in QLD
Last minute training specials in QLD, NSW and ACT
Queensland / Northern Territory
New South Wales / Australian Capital Territory
South Australia
NSCA Announcements
NSCA Melbourne Breakfast Panel - Save the Date: Wed 31 July
Worker Fatalities Update
Safety Guidelines for Spray Painting
Career Watch
Safety Advisor Commercial Construction (NSW)
Safety Manager (NSW)
HSEQ Manager Building Construction (NSW)
EHS Advisor (NSW)
P/T WHS Advisor (NSW)
Compliance and Systems Manager (NSW)
State Manager - Workers Compensation (VIC)
National Workers Compensation Manager (NSW)
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Worker Fatalities Update – 77 Australian workers lost to workplace fatalities as at 3 June 2013

Another 12 worker fatalities have been reported by Safe Work Australia since the last Safe-T-Bulletin update on 23 May and the death toll continues to rise. 

Safe Work Australia lists worker fatalities by industry for the 2013 year to date:

Industry of workplace Worker deaths year-to-date 2013
Transport, postal & warehousing 20
Agriculture, forestry & fishing 18
Construction 13
Manufacturing 7
Public administration & safety 5
Arts & recreation services 4
Mining 3
Health care & social assistance 1
Other services 1
Retail trade 1
Wholesale trade 1
Information media & telecommunications 1
Industry unknown 2
Total worker deaths 77

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