• February 9, 2017

    Common sense or failure to supervise and failure to provide instructions... Everyone has seen a jumping castle. They're at every fun fair and are frequently seen at children's birthday parties. How many of us have taken the time to instruct our children on how to

  • November 16, 2016

    Most of us have heard about the devastating deaths of Humberto Leite and Ashley Morris on October 6, 2016. They were killed when a concrete slab, weighing between five and 10 tonnes, fell on them. The victims died while performing construction work at Eagle farm

  • November 11, 2016

    Sarah Tottle Business psychologist, Lancaster University Burnout is on the rise. It is a growing problem for the modern workplace, having an impact on organisational costs, as well as employee health and well-being. These include possible long-term health risks and, due to its contagious nature,

  • November 10, 2016

    Do you know what is classified as “Plant” your workplace?  Do you know how to manage the Plant, Machinery and Equipment in your workplace? Our current legislation, Work Health and Safety Act 2011 says, that any item that you provide your employees to undertake work at

  • October 26, 2016

    Fire Safety is an integral part of any business.  Our current health and safety legislation requires us to manage emergencies.  Our current Fire Safety legislation requires us to manage all hazards associated with fire. We need to address two areas: The first is the preparation

  • October 20, 2016

    Accidents or incidents are an unplanned event or events that cause injury, illness, damage or loss.  Our current legislation requires us to manage certain incidents in a specific manner.  This includes some that require notification to our regulators, also known as the Division of Workplace

  • October 12, 2016

    Do you use ladder’s in your workplace? Do you know that there is legislation regarding the safe use of ladders in your workplace? The legislation even encompasses the smallest of step ladders. Types of ladders covered include single and extension ladders as well as trestle

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