As the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic medically, economically and socially, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has had to make changes to its work processes.
There is currently a shortage of disposable particulate respirators in Australia due to an increase in demand from health care workers and from the public and because many Chinese manufacturers have temporarily shut down.
Brisbane company Conissis Pty Ltd has been fined $160,000 for two separate breaches of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.
Calling all developers or principal contractors leading construction projects valued at over $100m. Are you interested in finding out more about your safety obligations and how to better manage safety on your site?
It’s been just on six months since G&D Lawrie Builders signed up for the Queensland Government’s Injury Prevention and Management program, but there have been some big improvements at the Gladstone based company.
Are you relying more and more on energy drinks to increase your stamina levels or put that extra bounce into your workday?
- Last updated
- 30 March 2020
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Solar farms subsidised training
Find out about subsidised training for workers to upskill and comply with the Construction and operation of solar farms Code of Practice 2019 at www.csq.org.au