How to Reduce Accidents in the Workplace

Accidents can happen anywhere, to anybody, at any time. While they can never be 100% prevented, we can reduce the risks of an accident, particularly in the workplace. Preventing accidents in the workplace is primarily the responsibility of the employer, but it will also require the cooperation of the people in the workforce. After all,…

The Role of Colleagues in Workplace Drug Safety

There was a time when drug and alcohol abuse was closely associated with unemployment, that those who regularly abuse alcohol and illegal drugs typically have no stable jobs to speak of. These days, however, that is no longer the case. Many of today’s substance abusers are gainfully employed. Their substance abuse problems, however, can cause…

How to Deal With Drug Abuse in the Workplace

Many employers and HR managers often fall into complacency when it comes to dealing with drug abuse in the workplace. As long as the matter doesn’t give the company any problem, they tend to keep their hands off the issue. However, what they should realise is that all it takes is one individual to give the…

Why is there a Need for New Work Safety Laws?

In all fairness, many employers are actually doing their best to comply with work health and safety regimes. The problem, however, lies in the fact that they have to comply with up to eight different work health and safety regulations, especially when they have operations in various jurisdictions across Australia. In the face of all…