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Safety champions recognised in 2016 NSCA Awards

Reported by Haydee | 20 Oct, 2016

Winners of this year’s NSCA Foundation/GIO Workers Compensation National Safety Awards of Excellence have been announced during the Gala Awards Luncheon last Thursday at Four Points by Sheraton.

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2016 WorkSafe Awards winners announced

Reported by Haydee | 12 Oct, 2016

Winners of the 2016 WorkSafe Awards have been announced during a gala ceremony at the Regent Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne.

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Recognising excellence in workers’ health and mine safety

Reported by Stephen | 05 Sep, 2016

Several awards for innovation and excellence in ‘workers health’, ‘mine safety’, ‘environmental sustainability’ and ‘community engagement’ were presented during the just concluded NSW Minerals Council Health, Safety, Environment and Community Conference.

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Entries for SafeWork Awards 2016 now accepted

Reported by Haydee | 18 May, 2016

The SafeWork Awards aim to recognize businesses, organisations and individuals who have made positive changes to work health and safety, workers’ compensation and return to work.

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Memorial paying tribute to fallen firefighters gets funding

Reported by Haydee | 28 Mar, 2016

A project aimed at establishing a memorial wall paying tribute to volunteer firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty has secured funding through the South Australian government’s innovative Fund My Idea grants program.

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2016 Augusta Zadow Awards launched

Reported by Haydee | 08 Mar, 2016

The 2016 Augusta Zadow Awards has been launched on Friday in Adelaide during the International Women’s Day Breakfast by Senator Penny Wong.

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WA government announces $2.5 million fund to build suicide prevention skills

Reported by Haydee | 01 Mar, 2016

The Western Australia government has announced on Tuesday it is funding $200,000 in grants for suicide prevention training programs, which include education for high-risk groups. Mental Health Minister Helen Morton said the grants were part of the $2.5 million allocated to build community suicide prevention skills over the next four years.