Workplace safety priority for Aussie workers

Monday 25 October will mark the start of this year’s Safe Work Australia Week.
As part of Safe Work Australia Week, safety events are being help around the country to help educate businesses and individuals on workplace safety.
The week, running from 25-31 October, aims to encourage all working Australians to get involved in, and concentrate on, safety in their workplace to reduce death, injury and disease.
This year national Safe Work Australia Week will focus on the harmonisation of occupational health and safety (OHS) legislation.
To find out what safety events are being held near you, visit your state or territory’s workplace safety website:
WorkCover ACT
WorkCover NSW
NT WorkSafe
Workplace health and safety Queensland
SafeWork SA
WorkCover Tasmania
WorkSafe Victoria
WorkSafe WA.
Aussies encouraged to make workplace safety priority

Monday 25 October will mark the start of this year’s Safe Work Australia Week.

As part of Safe Work Australia Week, safety events are being held around the country to help educate businesses and individuals on workplace safety.

The week, running from 25-31 October, aims to encourage all working Australians to get involved in, and concentrate on, safety in their workplace to reduce death, injury and disease.

This year national Safe Work Australia Week will focus on the harmonisation of occupational health and safety (OH&S) legislation.

To find out what safety events are being held near you, visit your state or territory’s workplace safety website:

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