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NSCA Foundation is proud to announce the 2018 National Safety Awards of Excellence finalists. A record number of over 160 high-quality nominations were received, which is a reflection of increased commitment to WHS in Australia. We would like to thank and commend all those who submitted nominations. The 35 finalists impressed the judges by demonstrating innovation, commitment to safety as a business priority, proven return on investment and leading work health and safety standards in their industry. The winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Luncheon on 11 October 2018 at Doltone House, Hyde Park, Sydney. Register today and join us in celebrating work health and safety excellence. 

Last year, 191 Australians died at work

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NSCA Foundation Events

WA roadblock targets driver fatigue

WorkSafe WA has been partaking in roadblock exercises, in order to measure the level of compliance with fatigue management laws. ...more

Video series to help with working at height education

In an effort to reduce fall injuries and fatalities at work, SafeWork SA has developed an educational video series. ...more

Construction worker fatality after fall from height

A worker who allegedly fell through a stair void at a construction site at Rosebud, Victoria, has now died in hospital. ...more

2018 National Safety Awards of Excellence finalists announced

The NSCA Foundation and GIO Workers Compensation have announced the 2018 National Safety Awards of Excellence finalists....more

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Membership Update

We’re delighted to welcome NSCA Foundation’s new Membership Manager, Steven Liu. Steven has many years’ experience working at various associations on member engagement. For information regarding membership or to update contact details, Steven can be contacted at or 02 8879 8289. Download the NSCA Foundation membership brochure here.

FSA/NSCA Safety Training

Do you want to improve safety in your workplace? The Safety for Leaders training course provides you with skills to improve your organisational safety culture. Along with legislation, this course covers consultation and incident management requirements and highlights the importance of a positive safety performance. NSCA Foundation members receive up to 15% off training. Visit

Industry Guide

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