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Research outlines how mining companies can better protect workers

11 November, 2021

Researchers from Edith Cowan University have identified the key causes of workplace fatalities in the resources sector, to help companies make their workplaces safer.

New laws passed to enhance protections for labour hire workers

27 September, 2021

The Victorian Government has passed new laws to enhance workplace safety rights and protections for labour hire workers.

Mining sector backs Respect@Work reforms

09 September, 2021

The Minerals Council of Australia has voiced its support for the implementation of the Sex Discrimination and Fair Work Amendment Bill, to eliminate workplace sexual harassment.

Immersive safety: the benefits of VR training in materials handling

01 March, 2021 by Michael O’Reilly, Chief Executive Officer, Next World Enterprises

Training methods commonly employed in the materials handling industry, like class-based learning and e-learning, are failing to adequately prepare workers for hazardous situations.

Standards Australia tech to enhance speed limit compliance

27 October, 2020

Standards Australia has released a new standard that outlines the use of LEDs to change the speed limit remotely on electronic speed signs.

NSW transport and freight industry receives COVID-19 guidance

14 July, 2020

The NSW Government has released guidance for the transport and freight industry to help navigate and minimise the risks associated with coronavirus.

E2S Warning Signals integrated signalling assemblies

04 March, 2020

E2S integrated signalling assemblies are available in multiple configurations, with preconfigured solutions to reduce the cost of on-site installation.

Avery Heavy Duty White Labels

01 September, 2019

Avery Heavy Duty White Labels can be used indoors for inventory and warehouse marking and outdoors in situations where dirt, oil, water or rough handling are common.

New safety signs added to ISO standard

16 August, 2019

New safety signs have been added to the ISO’s Graphical symbols standard — ISO 7010 — to reflect signs used around the world.

What is the safest hi-vis colour?

19 July, 2018

On an industrial site, workers are required to wear brightly coloured hi-vis apparel in order to improve their safety.

Gala safety poles protective barrier

01 May, 2013

The Gala Safety Poles device is a safety sign and protective barrier that can be used to warn and restrict access to a particular area that could be potentially hazardous.

Earth Wrap non-slip floor and wall labels

12 June, 2012

The Earth Wrap non-slip floor and wall label allows users to personalise their signage with corporate slogans or logos. This enhances their message and helps them promote their corporate ideals at no extra printing cost. This reinforces their commitment to their staff to provide as safe a workplace as is possible.

Floorsafe barrier/warning tapes

04 November, 2011

The barrier/warning tapes are printed on both sides and available in 75 mm x 100 m rolls and manufactured in 90 µm thickness. Anti-slip self-adhesive tapes aim to help reduce slip and fall accidents on steps and stairways, especially when the surface becomes wet.

Zone Safe Systems

04 October, 2011

The Retracta-Safe is a barrier system designed to reduce the amount of non-biodegradable plastic ending up in landfill. Once the site has been deemed safe, the system retracts into its housing unit and can be used again. It comes in 10 m lengths, and units can be joined to create 20 m spans.

Floorsafe surface primer

29 September, 2011 by

In order to avoid grip tapes from lifting, Floorsafe has released surface primer - a clear, fast-drying liquid that penetrates the floor surface leaving it clean from contaminates. When dry, a tacky film is left on the surface which allows all self-adhesive tapes to achieve a strong hold.

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