WorkSafe inspectors wanted

Monday, 04 February, 2008

WorkSafe is currently advertising for its latest intake of new inspectors, and is encouraging interested candidates to seek further information.

“These positions provide a great opportunity to make a real difference to the occupational safety and health of Western Australians,” WorkSafe WA Commissioner Nina Lyhne said.

“Inspectors become part of a team of people who share the same commitment and work towards the same objective — preventing workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths.”

Seven permanent inspectors’ positions are currently available for Perth, plus positions in Bunbury and Albany and a specialist position for an occupational hygienist in Perth.

“There’s always a good response when these positions are advertised, and I encourage anyone with an interest in workplace safety to find out more about what is required to be an inspector, the role an inspector plays and the excellent career opportunities available to inspectors,” said Lyhne.

“The flexible working arrangements on offer are a big attraction, along with the training, coaching and development programs available to WorkSafe inspectors.

“We’re looking for motivated people with relevant industry and occupational safety and health experience in areas like manufacturing, transport and the service industries.”

Applications for the positions close on February 18. For more details, visit

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