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Music SA has a great resource to help manage the risks for the music industry This guide has links to Covid awareness training – A free 30-minute online course has been developed by the South Australian Tourism Commission Best practice hand hygiene Contact tracing requirements for venues Have a look at http://www.musicsa.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-venue-best-practice-guide_WEB.pdf
National Farm Safety Week is July 20 – 25. As explained by Safework SA, this week is about highlighting the importance of business and industry working together to increase the wellbeing of Australian farmers through innovation and improved attention to health and safety outcomes. Have a look here https://www.safework.sa.gov.au/news-and-alerts/news/news/news-alerts/farm-safety-week,-20-25-july-2020 Safety Geek has a background working […]
October is National Safe Work Month and this year’s theme, Work Health and Safety through COVID-19, is about the impacts of COVID-19 on Australian businesses, employers and workers. Check out the website to find out more https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/national-safe-work-month
Return to Work SA have free online skill building workshops available for Employers Topics include Introduction to Mentally Healthy Workplaces Supporting return to work: A guide for managers Back to basics – A Return to Work Coordinator refresher The 2020 / 21 training calendar is here RTWSA training and events can be found here https://www.rtwsa.com/about-us/returntoworksa/events […]
There has been a huge increase in demand for P2 respirators for use against airborne pollutants with recent events in Australia such as bushfires and the COVID 19 Pandemic. Many more non-compliant respirators are becoming available. The Australian Institute of Health & Safety has released this media statement https://www.aihs.org.au/news-and-publications/news/media-release-urgent-call-national-register-respirators-protect A coalition of workplace health and […]
Plant is a major cause of workplace death and injury in Australian workplaces. As detailed in Managing the risks of plant in the workplace – Code of Practice there are significant risks associated with using plant and severe injuries can result from the unsafe use of plant, including limbs amputated by unguarded moving parts of […]
Working on roofs can be high risk Many activities carried out on roofs are considered ‘construction work’ This includes work carried out in connection with altering,converting, renovating, repairing, maintaining, demolishing or dismantling a roof of a structure Examples of these activities include tiling roofing restoration installing solar panels Minor work on roofs that is not […]
Head to https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/covid-19-information-workplaces for specific COVID 19 information for each industry. The following guidance is also available to help workplaces with the current COVID risks and their WHS obligations Signage and posters Resource kit Translated information Cleaning Working from home Mental health Duties under the WHS Act Vulnerable workers Workers rights #asksafetygeek if you want […]