Ensuring Workers aren’t “High” on the Job

Frontline Diagnostics, a leading workplace drug testing agency is planning on tackling drugs in the workplace by setting up on the spot drug testing clinics in Mudgee and Bathurst. According to the company who recently issued a statement about its plans, drug testing will be increased in west and northwest coalfields in New South Wales […]

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Sydney to Double the Height of Skyscrapers by 2050

According to an article recently featured on website PropertyObserver.com.au Sydney’s skyscrapers need to at least double in height by the year 2050 if the city is to maintain its position as the number one city in Oz. This claim is according to the company Urban Taskforce and its CEO Chris Johnson who is quoted in […]

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Police Raid Construction Sites across Oz

Construction sites across Australia should be ready for an unannounced visit from police at anytime, if they haven’t already received one. Many in the industry are shocked by the raids from police on several construction sites around the country to investigate what they suspect may be a money laundering syndicate. Police fear the syndicate may […]

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Victoria Square closed after asbestos discovery

According to reports in the media, the central road through Victoria Square will remain closed until early next month after asbestos piping was recently unearthed in the area. The asbestos discovery was made recently and caused the project to be delayed. According to the redevelopment project manager, Tom Playford bad weather was also stopping grout […]

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Video Highlights the Emotional Struggles and Wider Impacts of Workplace Incidents

Young and inexperienced workers are the most vulnerable on work sites, particularly the high risk sites such as construction. One of the most common causes of injuries and fatalities among young workers and in fact even experienced workers is electrical hazards. Every year a number of workers die from electric shocks sustained at work, which […]

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