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A survivor from the Bangladesh 2013 incident lifted from the collapse. Photo:AP

Australian fashion companies still not doing enough to protect international garment workers

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The most common errors when using a checklist, and how you can avoid them

Inspection Checklists: You’re Doing it Wrong

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QLD workers spend at least 40 hours at work per week; Photo: SafetyCulture Library

QUEST makes healthy choice the easy choice for workers

Australian fashion companies still not doing enough to protect international garment workers

Reported by Haydee | 21 Apr, 2015 | 03:21am

Australia-based fashion companies are still not making enough effort to protect garment workers, a global fashion industry report revealed.

Inspection Checklists: You’re Doing it Wrong

Reported by Admin | 13 Apr, 2015 | 04:14pm

The 5 most common errors that can occur when using a checklist, and how you can avoid them.

QUEST makes healthy choice the easy choice for workers

Reported by Haydee | 13 Apr, 2015 | 01:26pm

While cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in the world, it can be prevented, and Australian workplaces can do something to ensure that the risks associated with cancer will be reduced.

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Safety alert on storing and handling glass sheets

Reported by Haydee | 27 Apr, 2015 | 11:32pm

WorkCover NSW has recently released a safety alert to highlight the risks associated with storage and handling of glass sheets.

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Company fined for fatal front end loader incident

Reported by Haydee | 27 Apr, 2015 | 11:11pm

A waste recycling company based in Melbourne was convicted and fined $450,000 over the death of a worker who was struck by a bucket of a front-end loader.

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Farm quad bike safety under spotlight as 6 Australians killed in 2015

Reported by Stephen | 27 Apr, 2015 | 01:52am

The use of quad bikes as a mode of transport on Australian farms is once again in the spotlight, with statistics showing six Australians have been killed in quad bike related incidents since the beginning of this year.

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Cement Truck Caught Fire in Sydney

Reported by Robel | 27 Apr, 2015 | 01:29am

Emergency Services were called to Sydney’s Warringah Road and Wakehurst Parkway after a cement truck caught fire Thursday morning.

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Melbourne food company fined over safety lapse

Reported by Stephen | 27 Apr, 2015 | 01:51am

A Melbourne-based food company has been fined $60,000 following a December 2013 workplace incident in which an employee had his arm severed.

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Truck Carrying Cotton Rolled Over in Cecil Plains

Reported by Robel | 27 Apr, 2015 | 01:03am

A truck transporting cotton figured in a traffic incident, rolling over at the Cecil Plains Friday morning.