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NSCA Foundation is delighted to open nominations for the 2018 National Safety Awards of Excellence. The National Safety Awards of Excellence provides Australian organisations the opportunity to celebrate the hard work and dedication taking place behind the scenes to ensure safe workplaces.

There are eight award categories that are open to all Australian organisations and individuals. Regardless of whether your safety initiative is big or small, if it’s making a positive difference to workplace safety and culture, we want to hear about it. For more information on each award category, please visit here or download your copy of the 2018 Awards Nomination Guide.

New video available about WHS laws review

Safe Work Australia has released a new video about its review of the model work health and safety laws. ...more

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NSCA Foundation Events

Starter bar impales worker during construction site fall

According to a Workplace Health and Safety Queensland report, the worker was walking on a path close to an excavation when the ground slipped. ...more


Two workers dead after sewer trench collapse

One man died at the scene and another died later in hospital after the trench they were in collapsed. ...more


Fine issued over company's unguarded machinery

Failure to properly guard machinery has led to a $42,000 fine for a Hoppers Crossing cardboard carton manufacturer. ...more


Construction site pit collapse prompts hefty fine

A $380,000 fine has been issued to a structural engineering firm, after a home near the construction site was left teetering on the edge of a 10-metre drop. ...more


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Workplace Safety Training

If you want NSCA Cert IV WHS or Diploma WHS certification, take advantage of the 20% discount for all member enrolments into the distance education programs before the offer expires on 31 March. Regular member discounts will then continue to apply with both NSCA and Fire & Safety Australia training. Please contact us if you have not received the member discount code.

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Reducing Injuries and Fatalities on all NSW Construction Sites
NSW Construction Site Safety Guide 2018 – Released
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SAFETYconnect 2018

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