NSCA Foundation

Data-driven approach may reduce violence against hospital workers

31 January, 2017

According to a new study, a worksite intervention using unit-level data on violent events could lead to lower risks of patient-to-worker violence and injury to hospital staff.


Black lung regulations implemented for miner safety

31 January, 2017

Queensland has introduced new health and safety regulations to protect coal miners from black lung disease. The CFMEU has welcomed these reforms, but will continue to campaign for more to be done in 2017.


Upcoming NSCA Foundation Events

31 January, 2017

Details on upcoming NSCA Foundation Events for March 2017.


SAFETYconnect 2017

31 January, 2017

SAFETYconnect 2017 will be held at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney on 16–17 August and will feature a two-day national conference, training workshops, industry networking function and a trade expo.


Volvo recognised for truck safety at show

27 January, 2017

The Best Trade Show award has been won by the Volvo ATA Safety Truck at the Koroit Truck Show.


Incorrect health and safety practices: a recipe for disaster

16 January, 2017

There are a number of hazards associated with the winemaking process; however, measures can be taken to eliminate or reduce risks to winemakers and other workers involved in this process.


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