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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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Aircraft wreckage found in Queensland

Reported by Haydee | 21 Apr, 2015 | 02:39am

The wreckage of a single engine aircraft, which was reported missing has been located around 39km north west of Gympie in Queensland.

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WorkCover investigating NSW tyre-related incident

Reported by Stephen | 21 Apr, 2015 | 02:01am

WorkCover is investigating an incident where a man who had been injured while pumping up a tractor tyre late last month, died in hospital.

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Workplace safety remains elusive as 44 Australians killed at work in 2015

Reported by Stephen | 21 Apr, 2015 | 02:12am

Recent statistics from Safe Work Australia show 44 Australian workers have been killed while at work since the beginning of this year.

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B-double Truck Figured in Fiery Road Crash

Reported by Robel | 21 Apr, 2015 | 02:12am

The Transport Management Centre advised Sydney motorist to take alternate route and avoid a section of the M7 at Dean Park after a fiery road crash involving a B-double truck and two maintenance trucks late Sunday evening.

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Boy killed in quad bike rollover

Reported by Stephen | 21 Apr, 2015 | 02:03am

The death of a six year old boy in a quad bike crash in Western Australia, about 110 km east of Merredin, on Saturday evening, brings to six the number of Australians killed in quad bike related incidents since the beginning of this year.

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Postal worker injured in truck-related incident

Reported by Stephen | 17 Apr, 2015 | 08:20am

A worker is admitted to hospital in a critical condition following a truck-related incident at a parking yard in Victoria, about 75 kilometres south-west of Melbourne, on Wednesday evening.