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  The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) has recently launched its latest and final version of the CoastAdapt online tool. CoastAdapt was developed to allow councils and other organisations better understand and manage the risks that come with…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Last Friday the world was hit by the aggressive ransomware worm known as WannaCry in what could be the biggest and most widespread extortion scam do date on the internet. As of Monday the 15th of May, an estimated…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Strong crowds have attended Anzac Day services across Australia and New Zealand despite heavy rain in some cities and the ongoing threat of terrorism. Though there was no specific threat of terrorism reported for Anzac Day, authorities across the…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Pedestrian crossings, or zebra crossing as they are sometimes known, can often be hazardous especially at times of low visibility such as during fog or after dark. However a new innovation from the Netherlands makes pedestrian crossings easier to…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Last Sunday morning (4th September) in South Carolina, United States, millions of bees were found dead in piles around their hives. The mass killing was a result of an insecticide spray authorised by the local Dorchester County in an…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  In the aftermath of the powerful storms that hit Sydney’s northern beaches on June 4 and 5, residents of the coastal homes which were severely damaged now face the prospect of chipping in large sums of money in order…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The defective and potentially deadly Takata airbag is behind the world’s largest ever automotive recall which is now affecting more than 1.1 million vehicles in Australia. The growing list of affected vehicles includes major manufactures such as Toyota, Honda,…
Published in Transport
  Japan has long suffered the effects of devastating tsunamis. In March 2011 a major tsunami hit the north-eastern coastline of Japan resulting in approximately 18,500 people to lose their lives or go missing. Just a few months after the…
Thursday, 20 December 2012 17:41

Managing risk in the OHS landscape

Scott Minchin and Tarique MacDonald-Razvi report on the Top Five principles that will help guide organisations toward their risk management outcomes. The Courts will look at the facts of each case as practical people would look, not with the benefit…
Published in OHS&R
Motor cycle and pedestrian protection using frangible, long life polyethylene barriers to absorb impact Innovators at Vicroads Camberwell have worked closely with DM Plastics & Steel P/L (DMP&S) to develop a more successful yet frangible polyethylene motorcyclist protection product to…
Published in Security
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