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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
Victoria
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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Health and Safety Representative - Refresher training available across Australia

Calling Health and Safety Representatives – revitalise the knowledge and skills gained during your initial 5 day training by attending the one day refresher course for HSRs.

Stay up to date with Work Health and Safety legislation and take advantage of the opportunity to network and brainstorm challenges with other experienced HSRs and NSCA expert trainers with a wealth of practical knowledge and industry experience.

HSR Refresher training is available:

• To all elected HSRs who have completed the initial 5 day training (or relevant bridging course)
• From 1 year after the initial training
• At the request of the HSR or Deputy HSR

Read here or phone 1800 655 510 for more information.

 

 

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