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SafeWork NSW To Host Musculoskeletal Disorders Symposium

An event being held by SafeWork NSW may be of particular interest to people in the construction industry. SafeWork NSW will be hosting a Musculoskeletal Disorders Symposium on 8-9 November, where attendees can get information from research and ideas about

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Beware Uncontrolled Movement of Vehicles

A safety alert has been issued to remind people about the dangers of uncontrolled movement of vehicles, including cars, trucks, buses and construction vehicles. A number of incidents have occurred over the past few years, and in most cases the

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SafeWork NSW Cracks Down on Sydney Construction Industry

The Sydney construction industry should brace for a safety crackdown by SafeWork NSW, after a rise in the number of serious work-related injuries on buildings sites in the city including 3 fall incidents. Three workers recently fell from heights on

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31 Improvement Notices Issued During Cross Border Construction Inspections

A joint operation by WorkSafe ACT inspectors and SafeWork NSW targeted at construction safety on both sides of the borders between 6-12 April resulted in 31 improvement notices being issued as well as 5 prohibition notices. Inspectors visited residential and

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SafeWork NSW Launches Campaign to Protect Construction Workers Digging Live Electrical Cables

The latest safety campaign from SafeWork NSW is aimed at protecting construction workers from digging into live electrical cables. The campaign launched by SafeWork NSW and NSW electrical networks, “The Don’t know, Don’t Dig” campaign follows a 65 per cent

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TradieSafe Project Launched for Construction Sector

 A new project for tradies has been launched by SafeWork NSW, called TradieSafe. The initiative aims to reduce the frequency of injuries in the construction sector across the Hunter region. TradieSafe will be taking place over the next 12 months

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