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The National Safety magazine is now digitally available for NSCA Foundation members through the member portal. The online library of magazines, all designed to keep you up to date with the latest WHS developments, dates back to 2013.

NSCA Foundation event recordings have been recently updated and include informative presentations from the Sydney Breakfast Forum, Melbourne Member Connect and Brisbane Member Connect. Facilitated by senior industry experts, you will receive resources, tips and motivation to achieve more in your environment. For any log-in queries, please contact us at or 02 8879 8289.

Finding your tribe to create safety

Finding a tribe in which you can learn, connect, collaborate and build resilience is important for workers in challenging occupations such as health and safety. ...more

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NSCA Foundation Events

Pub owner charged over asbestos

The owner of a pub has been charged with failing to take appropriate safety precautions relating to the removal of asbestos. ...more

New plan to reduce construction deaths

Reducing the number of construction deaths and accidents is the focus of a new plan launched by the NSW Government. ...more

How can ageing asbestos be made safer?

A new report is focusing on ways to make asbestos less dangerous in the short term, when it is not immediately possible to remove the material. ...more

Tradies prioritising tool care over health care

Tradies in Australia take better care of their tools than they do their health, according to new research released to mark the launch of Tradies National Health Month. ...more

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Membership Update

The National Safety Conference, part of SAFETYconnect, will feature over 30 international and national speakers from a diverse range of WHS sectors.The two-day, dual-stream conference will be held on 29–30 August. NSCA Foundation members receive up to $200 savings on tickets. Download the NSCA Foundation membership brochure here.

FSA/NSCA Safety Training

Book Chief Fire Warden Training to develop skills in ascertaining the extent of on-site workplace emergencies and to supervise evacuation of the workplace. The training also develops understanding of emergency procedures through extensive practical drills. NSCA Foundation members receive up to 15% membership training discount. Visit

Industry Guide

Quad Bike Safety for Cotton Farmers
Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2018/19 – Released. Find out more here.

Look who’s coming to Australia’s leading WHS conference and expo in Brisbane in August – will you join us?
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SAFETYconnect 2018

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