To view this issue in your web browser click here      |     Library      |      Subscribe

Issue 443 - 24 March 2016


Dear Subscriber,

Welcome to the 2016 Sydney Member Connect

Congratulations Sydney Members for another successful networking and knowledge-sharing Member Connect event. With passionate and knowledgable speakers sourced from both Industry and Membership, the capacity to network, learn, share and engage with other members and speakers offered something for everyone.

NSCA Foundation would also like to thank Phil Archer, National Business Development Manager NSCA, for facilitating the event with his usual expertise. Members advise the event was a valuable experience and they look forward to attending further Member Connect networking events.


Bums on seats risk death

Sitting eight to 11 hours per day increases the risk of death in Australians over 45 by 15 per cent, says a new Safe Work Australia report. Read more »

Nodding off under investigation

Sleep, tiredness and brain changes in shift working health professionals are to be monitored and studied to prevent workplace fatigue. Read more »

Victoria sets up asbestos eradication agency

The Victorian Government is establishing a new agency to get rid of asbestos in state government buildings. Read more »

Employers want safe rates delayed

Employer organisation Ai Group is seeking to delay the start date of the contractor driver minimum road safety payments order until January 2017. Read more »

Sky won’t fall in

Bowling clubs won’t be forced to take down coat racks when new safety laws start in New Zealand, says the country’s head safety officer. Read more »

Safety show returns to Perth

The Safety in Action Perth Show 2016 will be held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on 1 and 2 June. Read more »

Vote today and
have your say!

Vote today, results will be posted in the next Safe-T-Bulletin.


Membership Manager (NSW)

Read more »

Exclusive Offer for NSCA Foundation Members: Career Watch

NSCA Foundation Member offer available now for free advertising of WHS/OHS position vacancies in the Career Watch section of the Safe-T-Bulletin. Read more »

Send to
a Friend
Want to share an article? Its easy click here to share »
NSCA Foundation

Member Spotlight on NSCA Foundation Members

We would love to hear about your organisation’s safety evolution. Learn from the experiences and insights of fellow NSCA Foundation members across varied and fascinating areas of Work Health and Safety. Complete your Member Spotlight profile and be recognised as a member of Australia’s leading safety community. Share your safety story today »

Latest Quick Poll Response

Which do you think is the most important element for a safe workplace in your industry? Read more »


Masterclass | Melbourne, 20 April

Developing a Wellness Program in Your Workplace. Shane Bilsborough, Global Health and Wellbeing Consultant, will present an interactive 4 hour masterclass on how to develop a wellness program in the workplace. Register today »

Training Highlights

Enrol today with NSCA, Australia’s most respected WHS provider.

Initial Health & Safety Representatives 5 days


Health & Safety Representatives Refresher training courses

ACT | NSW | NT | QLD | SA Level 2
SA Level 3 | VIC | Commonwealth

NSCA Foundation members get up to 15% discount on NSCA training. Read More »


Heads Up Business Breakfast

Free in Canberra | Tuesday 5 April. Expert presenters and local businesses share knowledge and experience of actions to create mentally healthy workplaces. Read More »

Taking construction safety to new heights

New interactive training resource for construction industry, with Augmented Reality capability to engage new and experienced workers alike. Read More »

Go to     |    Call 1800 655 510     |    Email
To join our LinkedIn
group, click here.
To view our YouTube
chanel, click here.
To follow us on twitter, click here.

About us - if you would like to know more about the Safe-T-Bulletin, click here.

Copyright © 2015 NSCA Foundation Ltd

You are receiving this email because you are a member of the NSCA Foundation or have subscribed to the Safe-T-Bulletin.

The name NSCA and other NSCA brands and logos are trademarks of Integrated Safety Training Pty Ltd and are used under licence.