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The eighth annual Safe Work Australia Week was held from 21 to 27 October.

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Workplace accident kicks off safety week

Bill Shorten, the Federal Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, raised awareness last week for National Safe Work Australia Week as a workplace accident sent two to hospital. Read more »
In WA, there is high demand for senior mine engineers with specific technical competencies such as drill and blast and medium to short term mine planning skills.

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Hays lists skills in demand

OHS advisors, training advisors and belt technicians are just three of the skills that remain the most in demand across Australia. Read more »
The plaque at Lehigh Cement’s Permanente Quarry symbolises that the victims will always be part of its family.

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Memorial for lost quarry men

A year after a disgruntled employee at a northern California quarry killed three work colleagues, employer Lehigh Southwest Cement has honoured the victims. Read more »


 


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