New campaign to improve work health and safety in NSW launched

SafeWork NSW has launched a new campaign to ensure workers and employers are safe while doing their jobs. The $.32 million campaign,  “Safety starts with you” has been developed to improve workplace safety and reduce injuries and illnesses among NSW workers. SafeWo ...
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New campaign to improve work health and safety in NSW launched

Most common questions asked regarding racking

FAQ How often should I get my racking inspected? There are numerous global standards relating to racking, however they all recommend racking be inspected at least once a year. Why should I get my racking inspected? Poorly maintained racking can collapse and kill people. However it is not ...
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Most common questions asked regarding racking

Racking Safety Concerns

An inspection program carried out by WorkSafe Western Australia in the wholesale industry has highlighted "serious" concerns with the safety of racking. The inspection program was carried out over the 2015/16 financial year in both metropolitan and regional areas. It involved visits to 127 workp ...
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Racking Safety Concerns

A must read - Racking Collapses on man

  A Wodonga  company has been ordered to pay $10, 000 to the court fund and been put on to a 12 month undertaking to be of good behaviour after a customer was hurt when shelves collapsed on to him in February last year. A man went to a Wodonga premises to buy some angle iron ...
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A must read - Racking Collapses on man

Employer, Safety and Security must be top priority

  For an employer, the safety and security of their workers must be a top priority. In a warehouse environment, careful planning and dedication to safety are the keys to keeping your workers injury-free. While it may be tempting to occasionally disregard safety procedures t ...
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Employer, Safety and Security must be top priority

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