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Issue 410 - 20 November 2014


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WA seeks unification

The Western Australian (WA) Government is seeking to unify its state resources safety laws and have one government body regulate the laws. Read more »

28 dead in one month

Another 28 people have died in work-related incidents this year, says the latest notifiable fatalities report from Safe Work Australia. Read more »

Deadly designs revealed

Unsafe design accounts for 36 per cent of work-related fatalities, says a new study. Read more »

G20 sets sights on safety

Work health and safety (WHS) was in the spotlight at the Labour 20 (L20) Summit in the lead-up to the G20 meeting in Brisbane last weekend. Read more »

Go home on time

With many Australians continuing to rate the workplace as a source of stress, maybe the answer is to go home on time? Read more »

Vote today and
have your say!

A year ago we asked pollsters if they saw an increase in work-related injuries, incidents and near misses in the lead up to Christmas. Vote today and find out in the next Safe-T-Bulletin how the response compares from then to now.


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NSCA Foundation

Successful Inaugural Member Meeting!

Held in Melbourne on 6 November, the first NSCA Foundation Member Meeting provided Members with an occasion to network with safety professionals and engage with great speakers. Read more »

Latest Quick Poll Response

Who would you call first after a serious workplace injury or fatality – the WHS/OHS Regulator or your lawyer? To find out how safety professionals polled read more »


Manage Mental Health at Work

Places filling fast!
Canberra ACT: 26 November. Take advantage of this event to get expert advice on creating a psychologically healthy workplace.
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Managing WHS Law in Tasmania

Hobart TAS: 3 December. Do you find the new WHS law in Tasmania challenging? Discuss solutions with our panel of experts.
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Training Highlights

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Health & Safety Representatives Refresher training courses

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NSCA Foundation members get up to 15% discount on NSCA training. Find out more »


Safety in Construction

Practical information on safety management plans, scaffolding safety, fire safety and more. Read more »

Safe Work on Farms

Supported by RuralSafe, practical tips to reduce risks and prevent unwanted injuries in Broadacre Agriculture. Read more »

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