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Coroner warns against creation of industrial..

Industrial manslaughter will not improve safety.

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New changes to Chain of Responsibility in..

On 1 October 2018, changes were introduced into the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) regarding Chain of Responsibility (CoR).

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New falls compliance codes for domestic and..

WorkSafe Victoria has finalised and released two compliance codes, which Master Builders considers the “Bible” for safe work at heights.

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Coroner warns against creation of industrial manslaughter offence

South Australian State Coroner, Mark Johns, has warned that “introducing an offence of industrial manslaughter will exacerbate the use of defensive litigious strategies...

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New changes to Chain of Responsibility in the Heavy Vehicle National Law

On 1 October 2018, changes were introduced into the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) regarding Chain of Responsibility (CoR), whereby all parties in the supply...

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New falls compliance codes for domestic and general construction

WorkSafe Victoria has finalised and released two compliance codes, which Master Builders considers the “Bible” for safe work at heights and prevention of falls...

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Suicide prevention awareness and upskilling for our industry

The initiative, lead by the counselling team at Incolink, and developed in consultation with industry stakeholders, including Master Builders’ OHS unit, is focused...

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Mental health and wellbeing is not just an annual concern

The official day for considering the mental well-being of our friends and colleagues, R U Ok? Day, may have come and gone for 2018, but the importance of fostering...

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APA focuses on tradie health concerns

In a recent article the APA highlighted that many construction workers will often continue working with physical injuries to the detriment of their longer term physical...

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