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Do you sit still all day? Stand up and live longer …

Restricting the amount of time spent seated every day to fewer than three hours might boost the life expectancy of adults by an extra two years, according to the authors of a new US report. ...
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Introduction to the Work Health & Safety Act

For a comprehensive overview of the new Work Health & Safety laws and the implications to your business download this presentation....
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WHS Harmonisation

In addition to the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act and the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations, there are also model Codes of Practice under development to provide support and guidance on different issues in work health and safety....
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WHS Act Terminology

Gain an understanding of WHS Act Terminology and what it means for you....
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Health and Safety Duties

Understand the health and safety duties of your business....
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WHS Consultation

Consultation requirements have been expanded to engage all persons that may have an impact on the health and safety of persons associated or affected by a business or undertaking....
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WHS Issue Resolution

A person only commits an offence under the WHS Act if the dominant reason for the discriminatory behaviour is conduct by a person in relation to health and safety activities....
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Issuing of Provisional Improvement Notices (PINS)

The WHS Act stipulates requirements for all notices issued under the WHS Act. This includes issuing of PINs and permit to entry notices:...
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Enforcement Measures

WorkCover has several functions under the Work Health and Safety Act, including:...
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Cloustons Associates: safety is paramount

To organisations such as landscape architects, Cloustons Associates, safety is paramount. ...
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Managing OHS risk in your workplace

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation requires that all forseeable hazards are identified and the risks arising from these hazards are eliminated or controlled. ...
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Meeting the training needs of your employees

There is a legal requirement to provide training in occupational health and safety, in order to assist in achieving the duty of care for the health, safety and welfare of our employees. ...
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National OHS legislation: new laws reach new levels

NSW will introduce new national health and safety legislation on the 1st January 2012....
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NSW work health and safety legislation implementation program

In another step towards NSW commitment to the harmonisation of work health and safety laws, the NSW parliament last month passed the Work Health and Safety Bill 2011 and the Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Bill 2011. ...
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