Government launches safety blitz to drive down construction deathsNovember 22 2017
Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean today launched a year-long blitz to crack down on dodgy construction businesses which put their workers at risk.
Mr Kean said the number of falls from heights reported to SafeWork NSW had more than tripled in the last five years – with the majority happening on construction sites.
“Falls are the number one killer on NSW construction sites,” he said.
“In fact, this year alone, eight people have tragically died in work-related falls, and many more have been severely injured.”
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WAHA releases E-News – Safe Working at Height – More than a Fall Issue!May 17 2017
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WAHA Standards UpdateNovember 3 2016
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WAHA Newsletter Article: Anchor System ManagementJuly 15 2016
Purpose The purpose of this Bulletin is to inform all Facility and Property Managers on the important of sourcing and maintaining documentation on installed anchor systems. There are community expectations for …
RISsafety completes the Commonwealth Bank Adelaide Oval RoofClimbApril 6 2016
RISsafety today completed the design and construction of the Commonwealth Bank Adelaide Oval RoofClimb across the top of the Western and Southern stands of this iconic Adelaide landmark. This adventure experience …
WAHA Article: Endorsed Training Course DevelopmentMarch 29 2016
WAHA today published an article that explains the intentions of the association to develop the minimum elements and performance criteria required for a Basic Safe Working at Height course. Click here to …
WAHA releases an article on Australian StandardsMarch 29 2016
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