Category: Contractors

How to avoid common workplace accidents

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avoiding workplace accidents Statistics estimate that workplace injuries cost Australia’s economy around $60.6 billion annually, which is 4.8% of the total GDP. Apart from the worker being incapacitated to continue earning a living, businesses are sometimes forced to pay fines amounting to thousands of dollars. While industries such as mining and…

Benefits of inducting city council online

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inductions for City Council workers and contractors A city council is the legislative body that governs a city, town, municipality or local government area. It’s composed of a group of citizens which have been individually elected. The city council possess legislative and administrative powers, such as passing ordinances and appropriating funds. Roles…

The Challenges Construction faces with Compliance

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Compliance in Construction industry Construction companies are required to regularly monitor compliance standards, and managers within that industry are, or should be, familiar with the compliance levels laid out by Australian Occupation, Health and Safety authorities. Everything is included in that compliance such as making sure that all occupational health and…

Online Induction for schools

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Compliance with online inductions for school contractors and visitors You are seriously increasing your risk if the contractors working around the school are ‘non-compliant’ to legislative requirements. As a school admin you need to know, simply on the basis of security, the reasons and identity of the various contractors that are…

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