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Australia's digital strategy needs major readjustment Ron Johnston, University of Sydney When it comes to digital competitiveness, Australia needs to step up and get serious about education. University of Washington/Flickr, CC BY-NC Australia ranks 15 out of 63 nations when…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Australians largely support science, but not all see the benefits Jill Sheppard, Australian National University and Matthew Gray, Australian National University Australians support science, but nuanced views are found amongst people with differing incomes and education. from www.shutterstock.com Scientists in…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced via a Facebook video last week that his government would be abolishing the 457 visa scheme. The previous visa scheme will be replaced by a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa. The new visas…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  A college in the USA recently disguised an artificial-intelligence (AI) robot as a teaching assistant (TA) and for the most part, no one knew the difference. To the 300 students studying an online course artificial intelligence course at the…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The Federal Government’s Work for the Dole program could give rural councils around Australia the helping hand they need as well as aid unemployment. The program which came into effect in July has been rolled out in several rural…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
In a survey of commercial rubbish bins in the Sydney metropolitan area, 11 percent contained personal confidential information readily accessible to passersby and identity thieves. Of the more than 80 businesses surveyed, bank branches, lawyers and doctors offices had confidential…
Published in Security
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 01:35

Better training results in better outcomes

Established in 1986, First 5 Minutes has become Australasias most experienced specialist provider of emergency procedures, training and compliance solutions, providing a full range of consulting services for all types of facilities. The company has kept pace with changing times…
Published in OHS&R
Can save lives and also help to create a positive and productive work environment. When people think of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS), there is a common belief that construction, mining and manufacturing are the only industries where…
Published in OHS&R
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