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UPDATED 26 March 2020
SafeWork SA, along with all work health and safety (WHS) regulators, have agreed that no compliance action will be taken in relation to the first aid training requirements (regulat
This statement sets out the enforcement approach that all Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulators will take to ensure compliance with Australian WHS laws during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Immediate suspension of a high risk work licence class C6 – slewing crane (with capacity under 60 tonnes) has been issued on Friday, 14 February 2020 following notification of an incident the previ
Construction continues to be one of the most hazardous industries, exposing workers to a variety of hazards and risks, resulting in unacceptably high levels of injuries and fatalities.
SafeWork SA is working with major event organisers in the lead up to South Australia’s major festival season to ensure the safety of workers and patrons.
SafeWork SA are continuing through January with the compliance and safety awareness campaign on musculoskeletal disorders, with a specific focus on the food services industry.
SafeWork SA want to help those affected by the recent bushfires that have devastated parts of South Australia in getting back to work safely.