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$130,000 safety innovation grants up for grabs

SafeWork SA is calling on mining companies and industry associations to apply for the 2013 SafeWork SA Innovative Practice Grants. South Australian Acting Industrial Relations Minister Chloë Fox...

Social media blamed for dangerous behaviour

Social media obsession has been blamed for a number of serious safety incidents, and narrowly-avoided safety incidents, that have occurred in Queensland mines over recent months. The Queensland State...

Subsurface Construction Safety

Safety in an underground construction environment requires more than simply a sound safety culture – it requires substantive subsurface construction risk expertise coupled to a willingness and...

Sharp rise in work related fatalities

Safe Work Australia has just released statistics on workplace related deaths and injuries during the year 2012 which show a 14% rise in the number of fatalities from 2011 figures. As at 31 December...

All temporary power boards are not created equal!

When assessing your temporary power distribution needs there are many questions that are asked. How much is it? What is it made of? Is it durable? Is it going to last for more than one job? Is it...

Arachnipod – The Pod for everyone

The World’s most versatile modular total edge management system. The Arachnipod is designed to provide a single rescue / height safety edge management device that easily adjusts into multiple...

A family drive for excellence fuel success

B&R Enclosures was founded by Dick Bridges in 1955 to specialise in the fabrication of enclosures for domestic electrical metering equipment. Since that time, B&R has dedicated itself to...

The OH&S handbook

The OH&S Handbook is an A-Z guide full of practical, straightforward and actionable advice to help you deal with any health and safety issue you may face in your workplace. But unlike other...