The Manufacturing Industry is a focus for National Safe Work Month this October.
Five years of statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia between 2011 and 2016 show that Australia's Manufacturing Industry has on average 14,900 serious workers compensation claims every year, with muscular stress a major problem - 36% of claims were due to lifting, carrying or handling heavy objects. The Food and Fabricated Metal product manufacturing industries...Read More
With around 15% of all Australian worker fatalities occurring in agricultural industries, it's a major focus for October's National Safe Work Month.
Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia during 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that in the Agriculture industry there were on average 2,800 serious workers compensation claims each year - 20% were caused by livestock, 12% were muscular injuries sustained from handling objects and 11% of injuries were...Read More
From emergency services to policy setters, the Public Administration and Safety industry has a wide range of responsibilities - and a wide range of workplace risks.
Statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia between 2011-2012 and 2015-2016 show that the Australian Government's Public Administration and Safety Industry has on average 9,100 serious workers compensation claims every year with almost double the frequency rate for disease claims across all industries....Read More
With unannounced visits to construction work sites by SafeWork NSW due to an increase in injuries and fatalities, the Construction Industry is a major focus nationwide for National Safe Work Month this October.
Five years of statistics gathered by the Australian Government statutory body Safe Work Australia between 2011 and 2016 show that Australia's Construction Industry has on average 12,700 serious workers compensation claims every year, with muscular stress a major problem -...Read More
When accidents or injuries occur on the road the best thing to do is:
Safely pull over, move off the road
Do not move anyone who has been injured unless they are in immediate danger or need first aid.
Do not remove helmets unless the person is vomiting or has stopped breathing (have one person support the head and neck, while another gently lifts the helmet off from the back).
Call the police if anyone is killed...Read More
What first aid kits meet NSW workplace requirements? Our high quality first aid kits have contents that meet Australian Standard AS2675-1983 and comply with NSW WorkCover, Safe Work Australia and TGA Health and Safety regulations and requirements. Consult the NSW Government SafeWork Website for guidance and your legal obligations for what you must do about first aid in the workplace.
NSW compliant workplace First Aid Kits
Commander 6...Read More
This innovative eyewash station is vital for workplaces with its ability to remove loose foreign material, air pollutants or chlorinated water and to help relieve irritation, discomfort, burning, stinging and itching.
The freestanding kit can also be wall mounted, with a drop-down dust cover that opens to reveal an integrated mirror and two easy-open Sterile Buffered AEROWASH Eye & Skin Rinse bottles with eye pieces - easy to remove but securely held in place inside...Read More
Created to comply with regulations for the Food and Beverage industry, this tough heavy-duty metal cabinet can be wall-mounted or carried by a strong handle. The construction of the First Aid Cabinet includes strong hinges that cover the full height of the door, ensuring it never bends or sags - and can be closed easily every time. A simple to use quality metal clasp keeps the cabinet securely fastened shut, avoiding accidental opening of...Read More