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Issue 375 - 4 July 2013

Dear Subscriber,

Is your Safety Hero passionate about safety? The deadline to enter the National Safety Awards is extended to 14 July. Nominate your Safety Hero for Category 5: Best Individual WHS Achievement and acknowledge their commitment and dedication for everyone to go home safe from work. Read more »

Industry News


Director fined $200,000

A South Australian magistrate has fined a company director $200,000 and criticised him for taking out indemnity insurance to cover criminal work health and safety penalties. Read more »

Alleged double standard probed

The New South Wales authority charged with preventing bullying in the workplace is now the focus of an inquiry into allegations of bullying among its ranks. Read more »

Court orders training

A Queensland roofing contractor has been ordered to undergo training under the new work health and safety laws. Read more »

New bullying laws pass

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) will start hearing bullying claims in January 2014 under legislation that passed federal parliament last week. Read more »

No backing

A lack of workplace support is associated with depression, says new research. Read more »

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Training News


Property risk and compliance management

Training now in QLD & NSW – achieve compliance and reduce risk. Read here »

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NSCA Announcements


National Safety Awards - entry extended to 14 July

Is your Safety Hero all fired up? Read more »

NSW & QLD breakfast forums – save the dates

Open forum with your local WHS experts: NSW 22 August & QLD 28 August. Read more »

Melbourne breakfast forum

Get your questions answered from the panel of experts on contractor management. Read more »

Worker Fatalities Update

The death toll continues to rise with 83 Australian workers lost to workplace fatalities as at 28 June 2013. Read more »

NEW National Electrical & Communications Safety Guide

Easy to read WHS guideline for electrical contractors and workers. Read more »

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