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Guidance on sharp edges on factory-cut metal reinforcement bar

18 December, 2007

There have been a number of workplace incidents caused by sharp edges on factory-cut metal reinforcement bar where construction workers have received lacerations


Victoria targets maintenance safety

05 December, 2007

WorkSafe has begun a campaign that targets the maintenance, repair, installation, service and cleaning (MRISC) of machinery and equipment.


WorkSafe concerned about Christmas deaths

05 November, 2007

WorkSafe is urging Victorian employers, supervisors and workers to do all they can to prevent serious injuries and deaths before Christmas.


ACT reviews a month of safety

02 November, 2007

This year’s ACT Health and Safety Month saw 188 events place in the ACT, including a variety of OHS displays, training sessions, workplace assessments and workshops by a number of participating organisations.


Risk assessment still vital under new Victorian regulations

21 September, 2007 by Pilz Australia

The new Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations are designed to simplify safety but, in the case of risk assessments, their release has caused real confusion


Protecting young workers from workplace hazards

21 September, 2007 by Worksafe NSW

Employers should know that young workers must be protected from the risk of injury or illness arising from workplace hazards and pay special attention to the needs of young workers


Two-handed DC electric start

21 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Hawker Richardson

The Stanley Assembly Technologies two-handed start solution keeps the operator’s hands away from rotating spindles and pinch points while using DC nut runners, especially tube nuts. Most two-handed controls for nut runners have relied on fixed push-buttons or extra levers mounted in various locations, rendering the tools ergonomically disadvantageous.


New national licensing standard for persons performing high-risk work

21 September, 2007

The Australian Safety and Compensation Council (ASCC) recently finalised the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work, which will replace the existing National Occupational Health and Safety Certification Standard for Users and Operators of Industrial Equipment - NOHSC: 1006 (2001).


Robotic safety concept

21 September, 2007 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

The SafeMove EPS (electronic position switch) range of robot safety products replaces traditional mechanical position switches. They are claimed to resolve problems typically experienced with mechanical cam-and-switch solutions like soiling, wear and tear, constant adjustments, bulky cables and connectors and complex installation and commissioning.


Safety overhaul in Canberra

05 September, 2007

ACT Minister for Industrial Relations, Andrew Barr has introduced a range of amendments reforming the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1989.


Multiple light beam curtains

20 August, 2007 | Supplied by: SICK Pty Ltd

The M4000 series of multiple light beam safety devices has expanded to include two new 'Advanced Curtain' variants with resolutions that have been increased to 14 and 30 mm.


People with disability at risk at work

20 August, 2007

Australia is currently facing a labour force shortage. As part of a variety of initiatives to help ensure the maximum workforce, people with disability are being encouraged to join the workforce


Injuries at work deserve same science as cancer

20 July, 2007

With incidents at work leaving one in every 200 Australians with permanent injuries and costing the economy more than $34 billion, the field should be researched scientifically in the same manner and to the degree that cancer and strokes are


Safety good for people, planet and profit

12 July, 2007

People, planet, profit was the theme at the Integral Energy e-safe Energy Safety and Field Expo gala dinner.


Western Australia work safety awards

06 July, 2007

WorkSafe WA is calling for entries for the 2007 Work Safety awards. Entry is open to individuals, groups, organisations or enterprises operating within WA.


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