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The three grades of workplace emergencies

As part of your OHS responsibilities, you must prepare for workplace emergencies. This includes having the right response mechanisms in place for different types of incidents.

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Points to consider when drawing up your emergency plan

Your workplace must have a plan for emergencies. It needs to show how you deal with all emergencies, from a fire to a flood.

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The ten functions of Health and Safety Rep

You've recently appointed a Health and Safety Rep. But do you know exactly what he should be doing?

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The difference between a contract of employment and letter of appointment

What's the difference between a contract of employment and an appointment letter? Do you know? Take a look below as I explore the differences and why you need to know them

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Seven essential elements to include in Safety Rep hand-over plan

hen your Health and Safety Representative suddenly resigns, you need to have a clear and detailed hand-over plan in place.

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Simple ideas to make health and safety training worth

Health and safety training is a recurring task but that doesn't mean it has to be mundane. Incorporating fun ways to learn will ensure the information will actually stick with your employees. Read on to discover.

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