4 most common workplace injuries
Some industries, like construction and mining, have higher injury rates than others. However, even working in an office doesn’t guarantee an accident-free career. Here is some advice on how to avoid the most common workplace injuries: Back Pain and Body Strains Staying in one position for hours at a time, incorrectly carrying heavy loads, or […]
Transport and storage tops Australia’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs
The transport and storage industry is the most dangerous industry to work in, according to a new list of Australia’s most dangerous jobs.
Creating a crash-free culture among mobile workers
Each year there are more than 600,000 road crashes, 200,000 reported injuries and 1,300 people killed. So, for any business with mobile workers, getting drivers home safely each day is a primary goal.
New Workplace Health and Safety Laws – are you compliant?
Important new Workplace Health and Safety Laws commenced around Australia on 1 January 2012, and now almost six months on, businesses should take another look at the legislation and ensure they’re complying or risk fines of up to $3 million.
Expert tips for making sure your home workers are safe
Over three-quarters of a million Australian workers are now working from home at least two days each week and this number is continuing to grow. New legislative requirements mean you need to make sure they’re safe, more than ever.
Employers failing to provide safe home working environments
Approximately 90 percent of local employees are working in unsafe environments, despite the fact employers have an obligation to provide a safe working environment whether at home or in the office.
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