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A health and safety representative smiles at the camera on a construction site.

What Does a Health and Safety Representative Do?

Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) play a crucial role in the workplace, and particularly on construction sites. Managing health and safety is essential in dynamic settings like construction…

Construction works gather to conduct construction induction training.

A Comprehensive Guide to Construction Induction Training Requirements Across Australia

Construction induction training in Australia is a cornerstone that ensures workplace safety and compliance within the construction industry. The comprehensive training program is designed to equip individuals with…

A safety officer is writing a report as part of a WHS incident reporting procedure.

WHS Incident Reporting Procedure for construction

An accurate WHS incident reporting procedure on construction sites is paramount to a safety-first ethos. It empowers immediate responses, drives continuous improvement, promotes safe work sites, ensures compliance,…

A WHS incident is an unplanned event at work that can cause harm. The image shows an event like this on a construction site - a worker is hurt.

What is the definition of a WHS incident? For tradespeople

If you’re a tradesperson, and you need to know ‘what is the definition of a WHS incident’, we’ve outlined it for you in this blog. The construction industry…