• October 4, 2016

    Do you know that Manual Handling means any activity requiring a force for a person to lift, lower, push, pull, carry or otherwise move, hold or restrain any object? Back pain and injuries related to manual handling are some of the most frequent types of

  • September 27, 2016

    Personal Protective Equipment includes clothing and/or equipment designed to be worn by a person to protect them from risk of injury or illness. We all agree that PPE is the last and the least preferred risk management strategy.  PPE can be your strength or your

  • September 21, 2016

    We usually consider the office environment to be the lowest risk environment in most workplaces.  The evidence proves otherwise with many accidents and injuries occurring while employees are working in this so-called low-risk environment.  It is a perception, rather misconception that offices are no

  • September 12, 2016

    Whether you’re the employer or an employee, you have obligations under WHS legislation! Are you aware of your obligations? Yes, there is a law that applies to us all of. The size and type of business will determine the extent of the compliance topics you

  • September 5, 2016

    Chances are about 99.999% that you DO use chemicals in your workplace! But are they legally classified as hazardous? Firstly, let’s consider just what constitutes a chemical and why I am so certain you use them. Will I find any methylated spirits or window cleaner

  • August 30, 2016

    Do you use contractors in your workplace?  If yes, do you know that you are responsible for the contractor's health and safety whilst they are on your premises? If a contractor injures themselves whilst on your premises or whilst working on your behalf, you may

  • August 23, 2016

    On 9th August 2016, a 28-year-old male worker died after receiving an electric shock when the pruning tool he was using came on contact with a 22kv conductor. This was in Atherton Tablelands.  We have all also heard the story of Jason Garrels from Gympie,

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