We cannot foretell when an emergency event will happen; what we do know is that emergency situations do occur at our venues and events. What we also know is how we plan and prepare for potential emergencies will have a direct impact on decision making during an emergency situation, and the decisions we make will […] […]
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A recent NSW Industrial Relations Court decision has agitated the question of whether an employer needs to provide written safe work procedures to its employees as part of their duty to provide a safe workplace. In Inspector McCarthy (nee Shaw) v Siva & Jeya Pty Ltd  NSWDC 15…
The extract below is from the model WHS Act which is currently legislation is all States other than Victoria and Western Australia. These 2 States have very similar requirements. It is important to note that when the legislation mentions ‘workers’, it is referring to employees, contractors and volunteers. So basically, amongst other things, we have […]
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Don’t miss this opportunity for a week or free briefing sessions on various OHS topics 22 Oct – 1 Nov Info and bookings: https://worksafeweek.worksafe.vic.gov.au/
Here is my favourite Workplace Training Quote: Zig Ziglar put is best, “What’s worse than training your workers and losing them? Not training them and keeping them.” Please add your favourite training quote below:
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