Work Health and Safety

Work Health and Safety

Work Health and Safety Qualifications — Know What It Takes to Get In

0 Comments   Posted: 12/09/18   by Jao Tabuzo

It is quite clear that Work Health and Safety is already a booming industry in Australia today. It is one of the best industries to secure a career on, considering its success in Australia and its high demand for WHS workers. If you want to grab the opportunity to work in one of Australia’s largest Read the full post

Work Health and Safety Courses — Your Guide for WHS training

0 Comments   Posted: 21/08/18   by Jao Tabuzo

A lot of employers in Australia today are on the hunt for work health and safety workers, all to aid in being compliant in terms of the WHS standard. Having a safe environment to work in is something employees greatly consider — and employers are aware of this fact. If you are interested in ensuring Read the full post

Cert IV WHS Training Cost: A Guide for Course Fees

2 Comments   Posted: 04/08/18   by Jao Tabuzo

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, one person is injured at work every minute during the year 2014. While not all of these accidents resulted in claims, this statistic remains true and reveals the astounding truth about possible dangers in the workplace. Is your workplace healthy and safe? — If you are currently employed, Read the full post

Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety Online Course – What You Need to Know

8 Comments   Posted: 22/06/17   by John

whs workers together at a site

Business owners constantly look for work health and safety workers, but how can you meet this demand and qualify for the job? Individuals who want to work in the WHS industry must get their qualifications first. The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety is the leading qualification to become a safety professional. Unfortunately, most Australians can’t get Read the full post

How to Become a Work Health and Safety Officer Trainer

10 Comments   Posted: 13/04/16   by Luke Imbong

How To Become a Work Health and Safety Officer Trainer

Accidents and illnesses caused by work don’t just ruin careers. They can devastate lives and families.  As such, it’s not hard to see why work health and safety is a massive concern Australia-wide. Many Australians are either injured, fall ill, or even die because of workplace accidents, faulty equipment, or high risk conditions in their Read the full post

Common Workplace Safety Accidents (and How to Prevent Them)

5 Comments   Posted: 09/04/16   by Luke Imbong

Common Workplace Safety Accidents

3 types of workplace accidents are responsible for almost 70% of serious injury and disorder claims. Do you know what these are? Most Australians feel safe at work, until they get into an accident and are forced to stop working and earn a living… or until their business is forced to pay thousands of dollars Read the full post

Bored at work? You’re sabotaging your health!.. says study

0 Comments   Posted: 30/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Bored at work?

Stop sabotaging your health by being bored at work Warning: being bored at work can be disastrous to your health. If you’re like most Australians, then you have felt ‘less than enthusiastic’ at work at one time or another.  After all, we all occasionally fall into the trap of day-dreaming about the weekend, or an Read the full post

The 5 most compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today

0 Comments   Posted: 17/11/15   by Luke Imbong

5 most compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today

5 compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today (and everyday) It’s no secret that many Australians don’t do so well when it comes to work-life balance. If you’re like the average worker today, you’ve likely clocked in a couple hours of overtime already in this past week alone. Overtime work Read the full post

Asbestos: 7 Common and Fatal Misconceptions Australians Should Avoid

0 Comments   Posted: 04/11/15   by Luke Imbong


Asbestos Safety Tips   From causing chronic shortness of breath to tissue scarring to fatal lung cancer, asbestos is one of the last things you ever want to come in contact with.  Despite this, asbestos is everywhere in Australia, including places where many people spend the most time – their homes and workplaces. So why Read the full post

National Safe Work Month 2015: Do you feel safe in your workplace?

0 Comments   Posted: 05/10/15   by Luke Imbong

National Safe Work Month 2015: Do you feel safe in your workplace?

Work Health and Safety Statistics in Australia Not many Australians think they can be victim of a work accident until it’s too late. How safe do you feel in your workplace? There is a wide range of accidents that can happen while on the job and these can devastate your career and impact your family.  Read the full post

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