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

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.

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 »
WA’s employment sector will remain strong with a rise in employer mobility and growth in mining-related industries.

WA remains the state for workers

Specialty human resources firm Ranstad’s Workmonitor reports maintain that Western Australia’s employment sector is strong with local and overseas interest. Read more »
The “476 visa” will enable engineering graduates under 31 years of age to live and work in Australia for up to 18 months.

Visa reforms to ease engineering shortage

Australia’s engineering skills shortage should ease with the announcement of reforms to the “476 visa” that allows young foreign engineers to work in Australia. Read more »


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