Merry Xmas from all of us at IRIA

Make work health and safety a priority today and all throughout the year, urges Safe Work Australia Chair    Many workplaces are pushing through to wrap up end-of-year jobs before they shut down. We know that people, even sensible people, when they are rushed tend to put finishing the ...
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Merry Xmas from all of us at IRIA

Proactive inspection on safety of store-based retailing

Worksafe WA Retail Industry Checklist Storage racking & shelving safety checklist   Does the steel storage racking racking meet AS4084-2012? Has the racking layout provided adequate movement around the workplace? Is there signage showing Designers name, maximum distanc ...
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Proactive inspection on safety of store-based retailing

Death toll for workers killed at work is now 151 so far this year

Worker death toll mounts Latest Safe Work Australia figures show 151 Australian workers have been killed at work so far this year. Transport postal and warehousing has once again emerged as the most fatal industry, with 57 workplace deaths. The Agriculture, forestry & fishin ...
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Death toll for workers killed at work is now 151 so far this year

Workplace health and safety isn't just a nice idea, it's a necessity

Whether you run an office, warehouse, construction site or factory, your mantra needs to be the same: safety comes first. Workplace health and safety isn't just a nice idea, it's a necessity, both for your staff and for you as an employer. Create safety by design ...
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Workplace health and safety isn't just a nice idea, it's a necessity

Man trapped 4 hours under refrigerated perishables in United Kingdom

Trapped man rescued after racking collapses at Halesowen food warehouse Fire crews battled for four hours to rescue a man trapped under tons of refrigerated perishable goods when a storage rack collapsed at a warehouse. The 54-year-old victim and the fork lift he had been drivin ...
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Man trapped  4 hours under refrigerated perishables in United Kingdom

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