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Bullying Awareness - 17 March 2017
Workplace bullying Workplace bullying is repeated and unreasonable behaviour directed towards a worker or a group of workers that creates a risk to health and safety. It is a risk to health and safety because it may affect the mental and physical health of workers. Taking steps... Read More
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show five Australian workers died on the job in the first week of 2017. It has been a tragic start to the New Year for the transport sector, with three workers losing their lives in less than a week. The industry recorded the highest number of... Read More
Young workers are particularly vulnerable to workplace injuries and employers should prioritise safety discussions and training to reduce their risk of injury. That’s the message from WorkSafe Victoria which has released new statistics revealing 49 young people aged 15-24 were... Read More
Employers and employees both need to adopt much more comprehensive defences against sun damage, as new research has found that both are applying piecemeal approaches to protecting workers’ skin. Read More
Elimination of risk when refuelling portable equipment is absolutely essential for the safety of yourself and those around you. Vapours and spills can easily be ignited by hot engine parts, static electricity or other ignition sources, which can result in fires and explosions. Read More
Eye Injuries - 15 September 2016
Men are almost five times more likely than women to need a foreign body embedded in their eye removed by an optometrist. Recent Medicare statistics reveal that 8,222 optometry patients have required the removal of a foreign object embedded in the eye since September last... Read More

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