It has been a topsy turvy year, with COVID-19 changing the way we work and also presenting new workplace hazards to consider. It is likely that many of these hazards will remain a concern moving forward and it is important that workplaces across all industries conduct fresh risk assessments to identify and mitigate these new world challenges. To ensure your workplace is totally compliant and your workers safe, here are the...

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COVID-19 precautions have resulted in death rates from other causes to fall in 2020, but road deaths are soaring in Queensland. Australian Bureau of Statistics data has shown that the annual mortality rate in Australia began to decline in late May, largely because of lockdown measures and other safety precautions put in place this year to combat the spread of COVID-19. As social distancing became the new normal, along with much greater...

For those that have to drive as part of their job, having a strong knowledge and understanding of the road rules is essential as part of their road safety strategy. This is particularly noteworthy for those that travel across state borders as there can be different rules in different road networks across different states and territories. And while most of us would be familiar with the common road rules like speeding, adhering...

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