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Nationally harmonised OHS laws are causing some contention within the industry

Harmonised OHS scheme causes conflict

Attempts to harmonise occupational health and safety laws across the country are proving contentious, with independent contractors claiming the proposed model has “critical shortcomings” compared to current laws, particularly in the State of Victoria. Read more »
Almost 30 World War II-era bombs were discovered in a quarry near Geraldton

Workers unearth WWII bombs in WA quarry

Workers uncovered a potentially nasty surprise in a Geraldton quarry last week, digging up two-dozen unexploded bombs dating back to World War II. Read more »
Many workers don't realise they have an existing eye problem, which further increases their chances of eye injury

Optometrists urge vigilance on eye safety

With more than half of all eye injuries occurring at work, Australian optometrists are urging quarry operators and miners to be more vigilant with eye safety. Read more »
National Safe Work Australia Week is coming up in October

Safe Work Australia Week coming up

Safe Work Australia is encouraging employers and employees to gear up for the seventh annual National Safe Work Australia Week this October in an effort to reduce workplace accidents that result in injury – even death. Read more »


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