Why most employees will ignore your new safety instructions (and how to change this)

June 27, 2017

Why most employees will ignore your new safety instructions (and how to change this) Have you ever implemented a new set of safety measures on your worksite, then realised that the very workers you’re trying to look out for are opposed to, or at least unsure about them? Even in high-risk industries such as construction, […]

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Take the Reigns and Make Safety Your Priority

May 30, 2017

Take the Reigns and Make Safety Your Priority Equine Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Horses, which are healthy, kept in a good environment, well handled and used in an appropriate manner are less likely to be a danger to people. As a result it is vital that horse staff meet their obligations for […]

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Building Safety Knowledge

May 30, 2017

Building Safety Knowledge WA Construction Site Safety Guide 2017/18 – Released Pro-Visual Publishing, in conjunction with the Master Builders Association of Western Australia, has released the latest edition of the WA Construction Site Safety Guide, with augmented reality (AR) capabilities. The highly visible information contained within the guide provides a constant reminder to follow proper […]

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Living Well & Feeling Your Best At Every Age

May 30, 2017

Living Well & Feeling Your Best At Every Age Residential Living Guide to Lifestyle & Health 2017/18 – Released Everyone deserves to reap the rewards of retirement and enjoy a healthy, happy and fulfilling life. Through learning about health and lifestyle issues that can affect quality of life in older years and making positive changes, […]

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Commit to Creating a Safer Work Environment

May 30, 2017

Commit to Creating a Safer Work Environment Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2017/18 – Released It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that their workers return home the same way they left it, without injury. Workers in mining operations are subject to a range of potential hazards of which proper education, training and planning is […]

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Grow Your Safety Knowledge

May 30, 2017

Grow Your Safety Knowledge Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Cotton farmers and growers face numerous potential hazards on a daily basis that can result serious or life-threatening injuries when safety measures are not followed. To help raise awareness of key hazards and safety concerns within the cotton farming industry Pro-Visual Publishing has […]

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Working Together to Prioritise Safety

May 30, 2017

Working Together to Prioritise Safety National Guide to Public Works and Services Safety 2017/18 – Released Workers, visitors and pedestrians are all susceptible to a number of hazards within the public works and services industry, and without proper safety precautions and training, injuries can occur. With the aim of ensuring health and safety is priority, […]

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Pool Fencing Compliances and Regulations in Different States of Australia

May 30, 2017

Pool Fencing Compliances and Regulations in Different States of Australia As a private swimming pool owner, to avoid accidents and penalties, you should know the pool fencing requirements in your place. The main pool safety fencing regulations in Australia include: The height of the fence should be at least 1200mm. The gap from the ground […]

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Everything You Ought to Know About Swimming Pool Fence (Safety Rules Included)

April 14, 2017

Everything You Ought to Know About Swimming Pool Fence (Safety Rules Included) As swimming pool owners, you are personally accountable for the injuries that your pool may cause to your children. Kid’s access to the swimming pool can be restricted with the help of pool barriers. Pool fence protects your children by preventing them from […]

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Coles Myer Contractor Induction

March 26, 2017

Coles Myer Contractor Induction Coles Group Inductions (Kmart, Target, Officeworks and Coles) Use this link: http://contractor.colesgroup.com.au/contractorinduction/default.asp Make sure you read their information pack first:  http://contractor.colesgroup.com.au/documents/getDocument.asp If you have already successfully completed the Contractor General Safety Induction, but have misplaced or lost your card then you can reprint a new one here: http://contractor.colesgroup.com.au/contractorinduction/ContractorRePrint.asp  NB: WE are not associated with […]

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Preventing Hazards And Risks In The Transport And Logistics Industry

March 26, 2017

Preventing Hazards And Risks In The Transport And Logistics Industry Transport & Logistics Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2017/18 – Released Heavy vehicles are involved in a large number of road accidents each year. Placing a high priority on safety is vital for not just drivers, but for all involved in the transport and logistics […]

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Happy and healthy travels!

March 26, 2017

Happy and healthy travels! Travellers Guide to National Safety & Health 2017/18 – Released International travel can be a wonderful experience, however every traveller can encounter hazards or dangerous situations that place them at risk. Pro-Visual Publishing’s 2017/18 edition of the Travellers Guide to National Safety & Health, supported by Australian Tourism Export Council, Tourism […]

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Safe Work Practices Means Safe People

March 26, 2017

Safe Work Practices Means Safe People Plumbing Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released The nature of the plumbing industry presents a variety of potential hazards. It is vital for employers, employees and supervisors to learn safe practices in the workplace to ensure their own and others health and safety. Pro-Visual Publishing, in affiliation with […]

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School Canteen Health and Safety – Easy as A-B-C!

March 26, 2017

School Canteen Health and Safety – Easy as A-B-C! School Canteen Guide to Food Safety & Nutrition 2017/18 – Released Proper health and safety knowledge and practices in school canteens is essential in ensuring the health of all school children and staff. Pro-Visual Publishing, in partnership with the Healthy Kids Association and the National Safety […]

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Guarding Against Hazards

March 7, 2017

Guarding Against Hazards Metal Manufacturing Industry Guide to Safety 2017 – Released Safe Work Australia has reported on some of the most common hazards faced in metal manufacturing factories or workshops and these include falling from heights, being run over by a forklift, having something fall on workers (for example from cranes or hoists), electrocution, […]

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Be the Driving Force in Zero Harm

March 3, 2017

Be the Driving Force in Zero Harm Supply Chain, Warehouse & Distribution Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17 – Released Did you know, that current figures, reported by Safe Work Australia, state that there have been 76 worker fatalities in Australia so far this year. Unfortunately, the transport, postal and warehousing sector is leading in this […]

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Top Ten Mistakes We Can Make While Managing OHS

March 3, 2017

Top Ten Mistakes We Can Make While Managing OHS By Alan Quilley The challenge of managing the many aspects of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) at our places of work at times can feel overwhelming. There are many legal, moral and financial reasons for us to pay attention to our OHS obligations. With all of […]

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Incorrect health and safety practices: a recipe for disaster

March 1, 2017

Incorrect health and safety practices: a recipe for disaster Restaurant & Catering Australia’s Guide to Food Safety & Hygiene 2016/17 – Released Restaurant and Catering Industry workers and managers face numerous health and safety issues that can affect both employees and customers. The pace of work can often be hectic, work areas cluttered and floors […]

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Quality Care for Aged Care

March 1, 2017

Quality Care for Aged Care National Guide for Aged Care 2017 – Released Ensuring the best possible care is given to those in the Aged Care Industry is a top priority. Pro-Visual Publishing, along with Leading Age Services Australia and Alzheimer’s Australia, has released their 2017 edition of the National Guide for Aged Care, which […]

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