As part of the NSCA Foundation's 90th birthday year, the organisation is posting weekly images of historical NSCA posters to its Twitter page as part of Throwback Thursday!
In tough economic times, do you think your workplace would cut back on work, health and safety resources? See the results from last week's Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
Are you an Injury Prevention and Management Specialist? Check out the latest work health and safety (WHS/OHS) position vacancies in the Career Watch section of the NSCA Foundation Member Lounge.
Safety and building compliance will be targeted by building regulators during visits to Geelong and Surf Coast.
Registrations are now open and places are filling fast. Member Connect events are exclusive opportunities for members to come together and network. Register now to join your community of safety professionals in a collaborative environment.
The first conference speakers have now been announced for the exciting new health and safety event SAFETYconnect 2017, which is being held in August in Sydney.
There are 21 workplace falls every day in Australia, according to new research.
Safe Work Australia has reported on some of the most common hazards faced in metal manufacturing factories or workshops and these include falling from heights, being run over by a forklift, having something fall on workers (for example from cranes or hoists), electrocution, and hands or body parts being caught in machinery. In order to increase safety awareness and compliance within this industry and address some of the most common hazards faced by workers on a daily basis, Pro-Visual Publishing, in partnership with Australian Industry Group (Ai Group), has recently released the latest edition of the Metal Manufacturing Industry Guide to Safety, this year with interactive Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities.
Do you use PPE when working in hot weather conditions both indoors and outdoors? See the results of this poll from the NSCA Foundation.
Office ergonomics can help you be more comfortable at work, lower stress and reduce injuries caused by awkward positions and repetitive tasks. WorkCover Queensland provides some tips.
Many industries in Australia need tradies with the necessary skills to work at heights. Whether you're a builder, electrician, fabricator or welder, working-at-height training can help open new doors and lead to higher paying jobs.
Registration for the Brisbane Breakfast Forum & Masterclass — Contractor Management are open and places are filling fast.
Registrations are now open for the Melbourne Breakfast Forum & Masterclass on Incident Investigation being held on Wednesday, 15 March 2017.
A new in-flight safety video by Qantas is designed to be engaging as well as informative while showcasing some of Australia's best landscapes and landmarks.