Tags: work safety

7

Jan

Construction worker on site

Who is a PCBU and what are your WHS responsibilities?

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 introduced the term Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU). The PCBU will have the primary duty of care under the Act, as well as other duties and obligations.

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6

Nov

Is your wellbeing threatened by hidden toxic chemicals?

Chemical exposure occurs too often in spite of all precautions by managers and purchasers to avoid harmful substances and provide alternatives.

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8

Oct

Is your workplace making you sick?

Almost every workplace in Australia contains some form of hazardous chemical, and in most cases there are many of them. Whilst some chemical hazards such as solvents or insecticides are easy to identify, others are found in common products such as cleaners, degreasers, disinfectants and other seemingly innocuous items.

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15

Apr

Superior Moss Removal Results with Non-Toxic Chemical Replacements | NSW University

With the help of Envirofluid, the University identified and mitigated a major health risk and sustainability hazard associated with its maintenance operation. In line with emerging national WHS standards it achieved this result at the top of the risk control hierarchy by substituting dangerous products with safe ones thus removing the threats entirely. In addition, the requirement of weekly removal of moss was extended out to every three months reducing labour costs and improving the overall satisfaction of the client with cleaner surfaces.

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12

Feb

Protecting Australia’s Icons and Waterways with Environmental Cleaners | Sydney Opera House

The perfect solution to keeping the Sydney Opera House in pristine condition proved to be Triple7 Heavy Duty cleaner which provided better results than the previous regime without concerns of toxic run-off or damage to the building. The solution proved to be cost effective with the maintenance crews spending less time achieving greater results. Triple7 Heavy Duty is helping secure the future of two of Australia�s most recognised and revered icons and the aquatic life in Sydney Harbour is safe from harm.

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