In two separate events, two workers fell unconscious and later died as a likely result of acute exposure to organic solvents, highlighting the serious health and safety risks of using organic solvents in enclosed spaces with poor ventilation and lack of personal protective equipment
Transport’s dirty little secret: The truckers breaking the law just to survive Article by Maria Slade | Business Editor, the Spin Off Drivers peeing into a bottle because they can’t afford toilet stops and migrant workers sleeping in depots: The
NZ’s ten-year strategy pushes employers to prioritise worker health 14 January 2019 IOSH Magazine The New Zealand government has called on businesses to better manage work-related health risks as part of its ten-year health and safety at work strategy. Image
Now here’s a real Safety poster! (Courtesy Dr Rob Long, Social Psychology of Risk).
Many commercial buildings around New Zealand are putting lives and property at risk because they don’t comply with fire safety standards, says John Lucas He became aware of this problem from insurers doing risk surveys and is leading an international
Managing in mud – MPI reminds farmers to seek help and protect animal welfare Wet and muddy conditions are to be expected on farms at this time of year, with slow pasture growth, rain and when feeding winter crops. The
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