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Using electricity can be easy for homeowners and renters if they understand how to be safe and know what to do when confronted with an electrical issue. Whether it’s cleaning up after a storm, knowing whether their home is safety switch safe or being aware of electrical appliances that have been recalled, it’s information everyone should want to know.You or anyone can post about electrical issues you’ve spotted or are unsure about and share this important information with others in the community. Subscribe to eSAFE Electrical.
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- 05 April 2016
Lend Lease reaps benefit of helping motivated injured workers recover at work
Property and infrastructure group, Lend Lease is giving injured workers a new lease on life and rehabilitating them back to work sooner through WorkCover Queensland's Recover at Work host employment program.