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Study shows caffeine reduces driver error

New research by Defence researchers has found caffeine marginally reduces driver drowsiness but significantly reduces driving errors. Chief Defence scientist Dr Alex Zelinsky said the study formed...

Earthmoving company pretty in pink for charity

An earthmoving company has painted one of their machines bright pink in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s Real Men Wear Pink campaign. Dunns Earthmoving, a leading provider of...

One in Five Employees Don't Get a Good Night's Sleep

One in Five Employees Don’t Get a Good Night’s Sleep

New research shows that over one in five (21%) of all employees rate their overall sleep as either extremely poor, very poor or poor. Authors of the research report, GCC Insights, surveyed over...

Grants now open for work health and safety innovators

South Australian researchers as well as work health and safety innovators can now apply for SafeWork SA’s WHS Commissioned Research and Innovation Practice Grants to reverse the trend of work-related...

Mine workers wanted for men’s health study

Mine workers from the northern Bowen Basin are being asked to take part in a men’s health study aimed at discovering why men’s health is much poorer than women’s in the Mackay...

Volunteers sought for FIFO lifestyle research survey

Volunteers are being sought for a fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) work and lifestyle survey being conducted for a research project through Curtin University. The data collected will be used for a report...

Pink Tradies Supporting Ladies

Tradies are rough, brawny men with hands like old boots and mouths like wharfies. Their masculinity has never been called into question, until now. Are the tradies of Australia man enough to wear...

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Tackling the complexities of groundwater in mining

A new partnership between Rio Tinto and the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) is seeking to better understand groundwater behaviour and how to incorporate it in...

AMSJ April 2022