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A 20-minute city sounds good, but becoming one is a huge challenge Carolyn Whitzman, Professor of Urban Planning, University of MelbourneOriginal article by The Conversation. Melbourne’s ambitions to be a ‘20-minute city’ aren’t likely to be achieved by its recently…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Farming the suburbs – why can’t we grow food wherever we want? Jennifer Kent, University of Sydney Some local councils are more tolerant than others in allowing residents to grow food where they want. dscribe Food provides the foundations for…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Do you work more than 39 hours a week? You could be putting your health at risk according to a new study. Research from the Australian National University (ANU) has found that the work limit for a physically and…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  We may be about to see a whole lot more drones in Australian skies thanks to new relaxed laws regarding what are technically known as remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). As of September 29th people and organisations will no longer…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Australia’s newest banknote entered circulation at the beginning of September. The new $5 note is the first in what will be a series of new banknotes that will enter circulation in the coming years. The new banknote has a…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Ride-booking services such as Uber can now operate legally in Queensland under changes to the personalised transport regulation which were rolled out in early September. Regulation changes also aim to level the playing field for taxi and limousine drivers…
Published in Transport
Monday, 13 July 2015 00:00

A safer workplace with Sayfa

Fact: In 2010 – 2011 there were 7,730 claims for serious injury as a result of falls from heights. This equates to 21 employees per day lodging a falls related claim! Typically these claims resulted in over six weeks off…
Published in OHS&R
  The federal government is considering a move to deregulate the importing of new cars from overseas to Australia. Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs, who is consulting on changes to the Motor Vehicle Standards Act, says…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Over the Easter weekend the anti-Islamic group, Reclaim Australia, staged rallies in 16 cities and regional locations across the county. The rallies attracted hundreds of demonstrators who were protesting against halal certification, sharia law and increased Muslim migration. Pauline…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:15

Risk Management Regulated

Risk Management Regulated Risk management principles have been recognised as best practice and good corporate governance by public and private sector entities in Australia at least since the issue of the first Australian Standard AS/NZS 4360 in 1995. This standard…
Published in OHS&R
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