Musculoskeletal injury prevention | Truck fatality on farm | Molten zinc burn incident | NSCA Foundation Safe-T-Bulletin 493
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More than half of all work-related injuries are musculoskeletal. For high-risk industries such as construction, it is crucial to ensure prevention strategies are implemented in order to minimise risks. WorkSafe Victoria is currently conducting safety inspections that target musculoskeletal issues in an effort to ensure the associated hazards and risks are being managed.

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NSCA Foundation Events

Company fined over zinc burn incident

A New Zealand production engineering firm has been fined $371,250 after one of its workers was burned by molten zinc. ...more


Indoor workers still experience heat risks

Despite the potential for cooler weather setting in, workers can still be at risk when working in hot conditions inside. ...more


Tractor death on Victorian farm

A tractor attachment has struck and killed a man in his 20s at a Carwarp property, near Mildura. ...more


Musculoskeletal injuries targeted by safety inspectors

Safety inspections will be carried out at construction sites across Victoria to help with the prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. ...more


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