WA Electrical Safety Code of Practice changes – SOS Talk (B)

Imminent legislative changes to electrical safety in Western Australia are about to come into effect! Do you know about them or are you ready? Changes are being made in the; Electrical (Licensing) Regulation of WA 1991, The Code of Practice to: Working on or near Energized Electrical Installations and amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. …

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SOS-Talk – WA Electrical Safety Regulation Changes

Imminent legislative changes to electrical safety in Western Australia are about to come into effect! Do you know about them or are you ready? Changes are being made in the; Electrical (Licensing) Regulation of WA 1991, The Code of Practice to Working on or near Energized Electrical Installations and amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health …

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Self Responsibility

Written by: Stuart Platt 8/8/17 In our everyday interactions in the field, conducting audits and inspections for our clients, we are constantly identifying contractors, subcontractors, individual members of management teams and/or individual workers not following the site/project rules (or not abiding by general safety standards at all). Sometimes we ask them why?  To try and …

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What should you know about Asbestos!

Written By Stuart Platt 22 December 2016 The threat is still out there Asbestos is the name given to a group of six different fibrous minerals occurring naturally in our environment—amosite, chrysotile, crocidolite, and the fibrous varieties of tremolite, actinolite, and anthophyllite. Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral which has low treatment and refinement costs. …

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Applying Lessons Learned

18th November 2016 By: Megan LeNoir Applying Lessons learned, what does it mean? As the question suggests it is learning from incidents to prevent the same or similar incidents from happening again. Everyday throughout Australia and the world in fact, a high number of workers die and a much greater number are seriously injured. The …

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