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Why Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) gives workers a false sense of security.

Posted by Ian Good on 13 April 2021
The over reliance on PPE and the assumption that it completely protects the wearer from harm is an ongoing issue in workplaces. When working with organic vapours, it is important to ensure the filter is designed to the Australain Standard or equivalent.  Filters  should not be used ...
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The Times Are A Changing - Environmentally

Posted by Richard Forster on 9 March 2021
Here in Victoria, it has been interesting as a layperson, to see the evolution environmental management from the almost impenetrable into something that may mirror and rival Occupational health and safety (OHS) in its application. New environmental laws  are intended to come into effect ...
 

Western Australia is a Step Closer to Adopting Model Work Health and Safety Legislation!

Posted by Andy Perry on 9 February 2021
A Bill to modernise WA's outdated legislation has now passed the Upper House. It corresponds with the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act applied in some other states apart from Victoria but retains some jurisdictional aspects, such as the management of WHS permit-holders under existing ...
 

Will the Revised Changes to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) Revised Edition 7 Affect Your Organisation?

Posted by Andy Perry on 6 January 2021
Safe Work Australia has released the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation and model Codes of Practice to enable persons to be aware of the proposed changes if you import, manufacture, supply or use hazardous chemicals. The GHS is the basis of the system used for preparing labels and...
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Helpful Tips on Staying Healthy and Focused When Working From Home

Posted by Richard Forster on 8 December 2020
In conversations with friends and family it seems apparent that whilst working from home may seem idyllic, the reality is somewhat different. Like most things, there are definite pros and cons. On the positive side there is no time spent stuck in traffic or commuting on trams and trains, no off...
 
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Why Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) gives workers a false sense of security.

Posted by Ian Good on 13 April 2021
The over reliance on PPE and the assumption that it completely protects the wearer from harm is an ongoing issue in workplaces. When working wi...
Posted in: Ian Good  

The Times Are A Changing - Environmentally

Posted by Richard Forster on 9 March 2021
Here in Victoria, it has been interesting as a layperson, to see the evolution environmental management from the almost impenetrable into somethi...
 
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