New licensing requirements for the commercial removal of asbestos were announced yesterday by NSW Minister for Commerce, John Della Bosca.
SafeWork SA has issued a safety warning following a run of four workplace accidents in one 24-hour period.
Prohibition notices stopping some of the work at an Adelaide building site remain in place after three workers were taken to hospital with smoke inhalation on 13 July.
Workplace safety authorities across Australia and New Zealand have joined forces to improve the level of compliance in demolition work and any associated asbestos removal work that creates potential risks to workers and the general public.
The consumer fireworks sale period commences on Monday 5 June in the lead up to the Queens birthday long weekend on 10, 11 and 12 June.
Power Towels are available in two varieties. One is a white single textured towel, the other a purple dual-textured towel. Carefully selected dermatologically-safe ingredients are blended with six conditioners to moisturise and protect your skin.
Sydney Airport is trialling a new debris detecting system that would replace or enhance its existing regime of having two workers drive in a zigzag pattern up the runway three times a day to check for debris.
Recently, Safety Solutions magazine spoke at length to Dr Alan Halligan, from the Australian Wood and Paperboard Association, about the real and perceived dangers about the dust generation. Following is an abbreviated transcript of that interview
Investing in advanced filtration technology resulted in more than just a cleaner working environment for a Brisbane powder coating company