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worksafe

(ˌwɜːkˈseɪf)
adj
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (of an internet link, etc) suitable for viewing in the workplace because of an absence of pornographic content
2. (Computer Science) (of an internet link, etc) suitable for viewing in the workplace because of an absence of pornographic content
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says WorkSafe Deputy General Manager, Investigations and Specialist Services, Simon Humphries.
Under this legislation, Worksafe NZ has developed several online guidelines, one of which outlines what a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) must do about bullying in a workplace.
A new interlocking barrel pallet system is the latest offering by Seismarack Systems, which is produced by Worksafe Technologies in Valencia, Calif.
WorkSafe is New Zealand's OSH regulator, having carried out health and safety regulatory functions by industrial sector since 2013.
Shane Millar, business development manager for Cartrack, says one area of concern is the changes within the Worksafe health and safety legislation and their impact on companies from a fleet perspective.
8226; Over time, with reduced injuries and lower claim costs, a COR company's experience-rated WorkSafe premiums will reflect additional savings.
In addition, it was agreed that named manufacturers and brands would be specified in order to secure consistency in style and colour, with all specified items being readily available from local suppliers Workplace Worksafe Ltd and Threads.
Pro-active training promotes prevention rather than management of incidents and aligns with the WorkSafe Code of Practice (Commission for Occupational Safety and Health 2010).
Progress is being made with the release by WorkSafe and ACC in July 2016 of their roadmap, 'Reducing Harm in New Zealand Workplaces Action Plan, 2016-2019' which for the first time includes health as one of the five key focus areas and clean air as one of the cross sector risks.
The Victorian OHS regulator, WorkSafe Victoria, has had to decide whether to abolish, remake or revise the regulations.
Essendon is charged by WorkSafe Victoria, a statutory authority of the Victorian state government, with breaching the Occupational Health and Safety Act in failing "to provide and maintain for employees a working environment that is, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health.
Worksafe Traffic Control Salem to Manchester $1,620,211