It’s no secret that not all workplaces and job-tasks are created equal in terms of health and safety. In a world where prevention is the goal, we need measures to help regulators and employers identify groups of workers, or types...
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 “Rather than being in that clinical space … where they [injured workers] are the passive recipient at times of constant care, we’re a space where it’s their job to give care because the rescue animals really need their help” –...
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The beautifully coloured windows of heritage buildings and churches that we often admire are made using lead, a heavy metal and known carcinogen. The small industry of lead lighting professionals who make and service these windows work directly with lead...
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If you’re a travelling sales representative, or an in-home carer, driving is a significant workplace safety risk. Thirty percent of registered light motor vehicles (i.e. passenger vehicles, utility vans) in Australia are driven by workers that need to drive in...
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