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Slow down to 40km/h around stopped emergency vehicles read more

There is some excellent information about this dust and related diseases on the Safe Work NSW website. (0:30sec) Another reminder. read more

Motor Vehicle Accidents ZH Alert No: STE 000 Date of Issue: 01/06/2012 1300apprentice has had five workers... read more

Our refrigeration apprentice was working on top of a commercial refrigeration unit read more

Social Media has been a hot topic over the past 5 years and has grown to become a part of every day life for many. read more

Our employee was cutting 8 meter length of purlins down to a required size read more

An employee suffered a serious laceration injury whilst using a five inch angle grinder to grind the hand rail that was previously welded. read more

With our roots firmly planted in the manufacturing trades and boilermaking well represented, from time to time apprentices will incur flash burn also known as welder’s flash. read more

He was tapping the bearings with a hammer and some steel came off striking him in the eye, the steel lodged in his eye and protruded out requiring surgery to remove the steel and close the wound on the eye ball. read more

WH&S - Burns

16 Dec 2011

Workplace burns can be prevented and the likelihood of serious injury can be reduced by diligently following workplace safety measures and by educating workers on workplace burn hazards. read more