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The theme for this year’s National Safe Work Month campaign – ‘A moment is all it takes’ – calls on all of us to spend a moment each day considering safety in the workplace. National Safe Work Month is an opportunity for you and your workforce to prioritise safety and make a commitment to building a safer and healthier workplace. For information on how you and your organisation can participate, visit Safe Work Australia’s webpage.

The National Safety Awards of Excellence will be held today at midday. Updates will be announced live on our LinkedIn and Twitter pages. Follow us to find out the award winners.

WA implements tougher penalties for WHS breaches

Breaches of Western Australia's workplace health and safety laws will now attract increased penalties. ...more

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Protecting the workers means protecting their safety equipment

NSCA Foundation Events

More spinal injuries among construction, transport workers

A new study suggests that workers in the construction and transport industries are at high risk for traumatic spinal injuries. ...more

High-voltage powerlines kill teenager

A teenager on a rural Queensland property has been killed by overhead powerlines. ...more

New video promotes safer driving around trucks

In the video, university students highlight how the Re:act safety program changed their behaviour on the road around trucks. ...more

Confined space gas kills apprentice

An apprentice has been killed after being overcome by fumes in a confined space at Cranbourne West. ...more

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Meet your peers and learn best practices from them at NSCA Foundation’s events. Topics covered at upcoming events include legislative changes, incident investigation and workers compensation. Contact us at to find out more information on how your NSCA Foundation membership can benefit you and your organisation. Download our membership brochure here.

FSA/NSCA Safety Training

Have you been nominated as a Health and Safety Representative of your workplace? Our HSR course gives you the knowledge and skills to promote and ensure the health and safety of members of your work group. Don’t forget NSCA Foundation members receive up to 15% off training. Visit

Industry Guide

No Horsing Around with Equestrian Safety
Equine Industry Guide to Safety 2018/19 — Released. Find out more here.


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