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Victorian law for Health and Safety in the workplace consists of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (Vic), supported by the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 (Vic). These laws are reasonably consistent with the National Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation that applies in most other Australian states. The Regulations are reviewed…

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New Zealand’s System for the Management of Hazardous Substances in the Workplace is Changing. The Health and Safety at Work (Hazardous Substances) Regulations will come into force in December 2017, and are aimed at reducing both immediate harm and longer-term illness that can result from the work-related use of hazardous substances. If yours is one…

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April 28 is World Day for Safety and Health at Work.   The Focus for 2017 is on Improving Data Collection for Prevention. The International Labour Organisation’s campaign for the 2017 World Day for Safety and Health at Work focuses on the need to improve reliable HSEQ/OSH data collection for prevention purposes. The ILO States that…

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World Safety and Health Day

“Treat employees like they make a difference and they will” – Jim Goodnight, CEO SAS It happens.  Bullying in the workplace is a problem.   Does your organisation understand the risks and do they know what can and should be done to manage the issues? Workplace bullying is the repeated “unreasonable behaviour” directed towards a worker…

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Managing Wellbeing in the Workplace

A Hazardous Chemicals Register is a list of hazardous chemicals in a particular workplace, accompanied by the current Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for each of those chemicals. An SDS, (previously called a Material Safety Data Sheet or MSDS), is a document that provides information on the properties of hazardous chemicals and how they affect health…

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GHS Rollout amended due to industry concerns Safe Work Australia CEO Michelle Baxter has recently confirmed that members have agreed  to an amendment on the GHS Rollout.  All chemicals manufactured or imported BEFORE 1st January, 2017 can now continue to be supplied without having to meet the labelling requirements of the model Work Health and Safety…

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ARE YOU READY FOR GHS? The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), as it’s name implies, is a system used globally to classify and communicate chemical hazards, using specified terms and information on chemical labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS), which are internationally recognised and consistent. GHS will be mandatory in…

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We know why workplace mental health is critical but the question that keeps coming up, is how do we actively identify and manage these issues at work? What can leaders do and what should employees be doing to help? What tools can we use and how do we reduce the stigma? Mental Health Issues in…

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A safe work environment , plus a healthy workforce, minus accidents equals high business performance. With all the changes occurring in the 21st Century, what are the realities facing this assertion? Occupational health and Safety as we know it, is primarily about detection and prevention of hazards at work. A popular tool used for this…

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A significant number of lost-time injuries in pubs, taverns and bars have prompted WorkSafe WA to undertake a proactive inspection program to examine safety issues in this sector. The inspection program will involve inspectors visiting pubs, taverns and bars throughout the 2016/17 financial year. WorkSafe Director Joe Attard said, ‘The inspectors will work with the aid…

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