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NSW has delayed the deployment of the new nationally harmonised OHS laws

NSW Casts Doubts On OHS Harmonisation

The nationwide harmonisation of OHS regulations has hit another serious speed bump, with New South Wales joining Western Australia and Victoria in calling for the scheme to be delayed. Read more »
21-year-old Bradley Alford was killed after being instructed to drive a Mack truck with faulty brakes down a steep slope.

Three-year suspended sentence for workplace death

A Victorian drilling rig supervisor was sentenced to 20 months in  prison, suspended for three years, for instructing a 21-year-old worker to drive down a steep slope in a truck with defective brakes and no seatbelt, resulting in the young worker’s death. Read more »
SafeSpine emphasises warm up stretches that prevent muscle imbalances and soft tissue creep.

Hard data on fixing soft tissue injury

Australia’s most common workplace injuries – sprains and strains – are also our most stubborn but one program backed by hard data is making a difference. Read more »
Quarry worker Shareef Allman killed three of his co-workers and injured six more in a shooting rampage in Cupertino.

Quarry employees kills three in rampage

A disgruntled employee at a North California quarry opened fire on his workmates at a meeting earlier this month, killing three and injuring six, sparking a large-scale manhunt before being shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies on a routine patrol. Read more »
The Sydney Safety Show is set to open in October

Sydney safety show opens in October

The quarry and construction industries will converge on Sydney’s Olympic Park from 25 to 27 October this year for the Safety Show Sydney, the country’s largest workplace health and safety trade show. Read more »


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