The Largest Health and Safety Fines in British History A disastrous failure of health and safety practice occurred in June 2015 at the Alton Towers theme park in the UK. A malfunction with the ‘Smiler’ rollercoaster injured five people, with two young women having legs amputated. The monitoring system installed for the ride was inadequate,… Read More The Largest Health and Safety Fines in British History
Keeping up to date with Australian Safety Standards for free! If it is vital for you to keep up to date with changes to Standards then you can pay $39.00 for a single license with Standards Watch to stay informed on up to 50 Standards. Prices for this range up to $7900 for a Large… Read More Keeping up to date with Australian Safety Standards for free!
What do WHS Representatives Represent? Posted on October 10, 2011 by The Safety Nerd OHS Representatives are not becoming an extinct species, but they are changing their spots. Out with the old, in with the new I say, and in waltzes HSRs – Health and Safety Representatives with more responsibility, more knowledge and more power… Read More Workplace Health and Safety Representatives
The Safety Nerd strikes again!, I’m a big fan of the latest contributor to the safety blogosphere, her posts are quirky, practical, informative and just plain fun to read. Here is her latest post, enjoy: “pee-ka-boo” – the in’s and out’s of PCBUs Posted on September 21, 2011 by The Safety Nerd Okay, if you’re… Read More What is a PCBU Under New WHS Legislation
Building Code of Australia Is Now Free The Building Code of Australia 3 volumes is now available free. No longer available in Hard copy. Use the link below. Next use the link and you can be directly on the ILO –These books used to cost hundreds but you can be directly linked now. The ILO… Read More Building Code of Australia Is Now Free