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Businesses are capable of reducing substance abuse in their workplaces through the implementation of drug and alcohol first-aid programs, according to new research.A study conducted by researchers at the National Centre for Education and Training on Addic

A New Zealand investigation into sunscreen manufacturers has seen six out of 10 sunscreens fail to meet the SPF claims made on the label.Consumer NZ tested 10 sunscreens against two aspects of the voluntary Australian and New Zealand standard for sunscree
Having lowered their expectations, Uber plans to slowly resume testing its self-driving cars on Pittsburg roads, eight months after a fatal accident in Arizona that saw the company and its program come under intense scrutiny.In March this year, a Volvo SU
A new scientific study has indicated seven out of 10 workers in Europe are experiencing heat stress and failing to maintain water balance in their bodies.
FOR SALE: ISO 45001 – $250 AU (printed copy) or $225 AU (PDF).When the new ISO 45001 was put up for sale earlier this year, something snapped and we have been fielding dismayed communications from the health and safety profession ever since.The high cost
New rules regarding requests for flexible work arrangements in all modern awards are set to be introduced on 1 December 2018 following a ruling from the Australian Fair Work Commission earlier this year.
The introduction of sit-stand desks and associated support for Australian office workers could be a cost-effective way to reduce spiralling rates of obesity-related health issues, according to a recently published economic evaluation from Deakin Universit
The International Standards Organisation (ISO) has released a draft version of what will be the first set of global standard for drone operations, and has invited professionals, academics and businesses to submit comments by 21 January 2019.The standards
On October 17 Canada became the second country to fully legalise recreational cannabis, with adults now able to purchase and consume the drug from federally licensed retailers across the country.
The Safety Institute of Australia has applauded a Senate Committee’s recommendation to introduce industrial manslaughter laws nationally, and has called on state and federal governments to act quickly and show bipartisan support for their implementation.F
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