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think safe. work safe. be safe – That is the theme for National Safe Work Month this year Think safe—is the first step to thinking about work health and safety, which covers the planning and forethought that Persons Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBUs) (such as employers and small business owners) must do to identify […]
Employer responsibilities Person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of their workers and others at the workplace. This includes providing and maintaining a work environment that is without risks to health and safety. Businesses must identify hazards at the workplace, and the associated […]
This week is Men’s Health Week. http://www.menshealthweek.org.au/ Males are overrepresented in work-related injury and disease (even when accounting for workforce share). For example, in the administrative and support services industry, males make up 47% of workers but account for 63% of serious injury claims. (Safe Work Australia) Check out the Men’s Health facts and infographics […]
Working with livestock can be challenging! Animals are involved in around 20% of serious injuries in the agriculture sector. (Safe Work Australia data) Livestock handling can include working with livestock in paddocks, laneways, yards, cattle transportation, feedlots, abattoirs, saleyards and activities relating to on-farm sales. Workers and other persons who conduct livestock handling are at […]
worksafe.qld.gov.au has 2 great campaigns featuring Safety Advocates and Ambassadors. The aim is to increase awareness about the importance of work health and safety and highlight the personal impacts that an injury can have on workers and their families and prompt discussion about work health and safety. Check it out here https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/resources/campaigns/safety-advocates https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/resources/campaigns/ambassadors
Wednesday 28 April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day. The latest data shows that in 2019, 183 workers were fatally injured at work. The number of work-related fatalities has decreased over the last decade, which is a positive sign. In 2019, 62% of worker fatalities occurred in the […]
Its that time of year again…. Hot weather and bushfire danger! Some facts from Safe Work Australia – This time last year, parts of Australia were badly affected by extreme heat and bushfires. Working in heat and/or in air pollution can be hazardous and can cause harm to workers in both indoor and outdoor work […]
It’s a new world and a different workplace in 2021 Things are different this year and 2021 will have an additional safety focus and workplace changes with COVID This article from Gallagher Bassett explains some of the key risk areas https://blog.gallagherbassett.com.au/blog/a-risk-managers-guide-to-2021-health-and-safety-planning #safetygeek #2021
What is a healthy workplace and why should you have one? https://www.healthyworkplaces.sa.gov.au/ This website has been developed by the Collaborative Partnership to provide a central source of information, tools and resources to help South Australian businesses create healthy, safe and thriving workplaces. A safe and healthy workplace leads to greater productivity outcomes fewer work-related injuries […]
Here are Business SA Top 10 Tips for WHS Revisit Your WHS Policies And Procedures To Ensure They Are Up To Date Undertake A Workplace Inspection Ensure Fire Extinguishers Have Been Checked By An Appropriate Contractor Within In The Past Six Months Confirm That The Contents Of The First Aid Kit(S) Are Within Date And […]