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Providing a safe workplace for employees should be at the forefront of all business thinking. We provide advice, best-practice examples and guidance on the legislative requirements that your business must meet to not only reduce the risk of injuries for your employees but minimise disruption in the workplace.

  • Work Health and Safety Consulting

    There has been significant change to workplace safety in South Australia since 1 January 2013 when the Occupational Health Safety and Welfare (OHS) Act 1986 was replaced with the Work Health and Safety Act (WHS) 2012. Maximum penalties...

  • beyondblue launches landmark workplace mental health campaign

    b eyondblue has launched an Australian-first national campaign in conjunction with the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance to encourage Australia’s business leaders to take action on mental health. The campaign has been...

  • Lodging a claim with WorkCover

    If an employee is injured in the workplace they should first seek medical attention and report the incident to their employer verbally or in writing within 24 hours, regardless of whether or not they want to make a claim for workers’...

  • Reducing forklift accidents in the workplace

    The Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities have announced that there were more than 7,000 workplace incidents involving forklifts between 2000 and 2007 in Australia. Due to the various incidents relating to forklifts, employers are reminded of...

  • Employees under the influence of drugs and alcohol

    Employees have a responsibility to ensure they take reasonable care to protect their own health and safety and that of others while in the workplace, in particular, by not being affected by drugs or alcohol to the extent that it impacts on...

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