Calls to regulate the gig economy | Workers cut by glass sheet | Paramedic's death leads to fine | ISO 45001 published | NSCA Foundation Safe-T-Bulletin 491
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Calls to regulate the gig economy

Unions NSW calls for a new body to properly regulate the gig economy in order to ensure safety and licensing standards are met. ...more

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Workers suffer lacerations during glass sheet accident

Serious injuries have been sustained by workers when several large glass sheets in a racking system fell to the ground and shattered. ...more


Paramedic's drug death leads to fine and conviction

The death of a paramedic in 2015 has resulted in a $400,000 fine for Ambulance Victoria. ...more


ISO 45001 is now published

The International Standard for occupational health and safety ISO 45001:2018 has now been published. So what does this mean for Australian businesses? ...more


WHS research blueprint released to improve workplace safety

A work health and safety research centre has released its first blueprint designed to reduce deaths, serious injuries and illnesses in NSW workplaces. ...more


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