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Issue 434 - 5 November 2015


Dear Subscriber,

2016 planning for NSCA Foundation Member events is well under way!

Following on from the highly successful 2015 National Safety Awards of Excellence and National Safety Conference, NSCA Foundation is forging ahead with 2016 Member events across Australia’s capital cities.

Member feedback on the 2015 Member Connect networking events and the interactive panel-style Breakfast Forums was extremely positive and inspires NSCA Foundation to continue striving to create events that are both beneficial and relevant to our Members.

Download the NSCA Foundation events calendar and start planning your 2016 events today.


Work injury and disease cost billions

Work-related injury and disease are estimated to cost workers, their employers and the community $61.8 billion annually. Read more »

Death rate falls

The work-related traumatic fatality rate has almost halved over the past seven years, but more needs to be done to reduce the number of deaths. Read more »

Pearling company fined

Paspaley Pearling Company Pty Ltd has been fined $60,000 and ordered to pay costs of $5,000 following the death of drift diver Jarrod Hampton. Read more »

Put paid to unpaid overtime

Working unpaid overtime has a bad effect on health, according to The Australia Institute (TAI). Read more »

Half a tonne of steel hits worker

A company has been fined after half a tonne of steel fell on a boilermaker’s foot. Read more »

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Free offer for VIC small to medium business

WorkSafe Victoria OHS Essentials Program offers free safety consultations by independent OHS Consultants to small to medium businesses with a WorkCover Insurance policy. Sole traders may also be eligible, conditions apply. Get expert advice from an independent consultant at no charge. Read more »

Latest Quick Poll Response

The 2015 National Safety Award winners have been announced! If a new risk specific category was to be introduced, which is most relevant for 21st century workplace safety? Read more »


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