Mums and dads need to know if they are giving their children asbestos crayons to chew on.” Tougher penalties, mandatory due-diligence systems, and a special Border Force unit – these are just some of changesRead more
Companies who use banned building products in NSW, including dangerous cladding, could be hit with fines of more than a million dollars under new laws. The proposed legislation also includes fines of up to $220,000Read more
ISO 45001, the long-awaited new international standard for occupational safety and health, will be published March 15, after receiving 93 per cent approval in the final ballot. Head of Policy and Public Affairs at IOSHRead more
Watch our webinar Online Learning Major Upgrade Webinar from myosh Safety Management Software on Vimeo. TRY A 5 MINUTE SAMPLE COURSE Online Learning continues to be the most effective method of delivering learning solutions forRead more
Robots are entering the 21st century workplace in greater numbers than ever before. Technology has become dramatically more sophisticated over the last few decades, and conventional industrial robots working in isolation have evolved into smarter,Read more
A new report by the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found occupational exposures may have contributed to anywhere from 11 percent to 21 percent of all asthma-related deaths among people aged 15-64 between 1999Read more
A study by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that factory workers have urinary BPA levels that are far greater than those found in the general population. For many years, manufacturersRead more
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