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Latest posts from 'Workplace Health and Safety'

Man Picking Up Box Important Things Employer Should Know About WHS

7 Things Every Employer Should Know About Work Health And Safety

December 17, 2015 | Author: Employsure

Why is health and safety important to employers? Research shows that managing work health and safety constitutes good business practice....

Workplace hydration is the key

November 20, 2015 | Author:

Do you know that once you feel thirsty you are already dehydrated? This summer temperatures will exceed 40ºC with the...

Man At A Construction Site Writing For WorkCover NSW

icare Replaces WorkCover NSW

October 20, 2015 | Author: Employsure

New South Wales work health and safety regulatory body, WorkCover, is no longer as we know it. A new...

Person With Broken Arm In Sling Typing On A Laptop

Employer Health and Safety Obligations Relating to Employees Injured Outside of Work

June 29, 2015 | Author: Employsure

Have one of your employees been injured outside of work? Do you, as the employer, have an obligation to...

Bunnings warehouse warns staff of the ice epidemic

June 15, 2015 | Author:

Please note that the information provided below is relevant as of 15/06/15. To receive news on the latest legislative...

employee in heels

Head Over Heels

May 8, 2015 | Author: Employsure

Should women have to wear heels to work? When Julia Gillard was working on bilateral relations in India and...

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