WorkSafe Inspectors are best known for helping to make Mildura’s workplaces safer, but they’re also on the lookout for local entries for this year’s WorkSafe Awards.
WorkSafe Inspectors are best known for helping make workplaces in Monash and Melbourne’s south-east safer, but they’re also looking for local businesses to take part in this year’s WorkSafe Awards.
A WorkSafe breakfast briefing for small businesses will be held in Echuca next Thursday, 28 July to provide employers with information on what to expect ahead of an intensive campaign targeting workplace safety.
Time is running out for entrants to be considered for an award at this year’s prestigious annual WorkSafe Awards dinner, to be held at Crown on 19 October.
The state’s best in workplace safety, health and return to work have been recognised in the annual WorkSafe Awards.
A free workshop aimed at providing employers with the tools and tips they need to help keep injured workers motivated during the return to work process will be held on 15 March.
Nominations for the 2012 WorkSafe Victoria Awards are now open with WorkSafe calling on people and business who are ‘making a difference’ to enter.
WorkSafe’s annual roadshow begins soon with 19 metropolitan and country locations to be visited from May 15 to June 19 (details below).
WorkSafe’s annual business information session program is underway with Shepparton and Wangaratta being visited next week.
WorkSafe’s annual business information session program is underway with Ballarat being visited on 6 June.
Major back surgery arising from a workplace injury at 63 years of age would have left many facing forced retirement and an uncertain future, but not for David Smooker.
A veteran surgeon who is educating his peers on mainstream workplaces, a major dairy company and a Melbourne council have been given Champion status by WorkSafe Victoria.