- Alarm Systems
- Big Day Off
- construction worker
- electrical workers
- flame resistant
- functional safety
- Genie Lift Guard
- health and fitness
- Health and Safety
- industry standard
- John Hunter Hospital
- laser scanner
- medical staff
- mental health
- mine safety
- mine workers
- New Zealand
- remote workers
- Rhino Linings Australasia
- Safety in Action
- safety scanners
- SafeWork NSW
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Stroke Finder Helmet
- Synthetic drugs
- workplace bullying
- workplace safety
- Workplace Safety Management Practices program
- Powering an ‘Always On’ World : How Smart Infrastructures Work
Site Safety Equipment Guide
This resource displays a range of safety cone solutions, bollards and other safety equipment for your operations across a range of industries – from mining to manufacturing to logistics. Download the resource by filling in the form below.
Promising Format Enhancements For The Leading Health and Safety Show in Melbourne
This resource shows how Safety in Action Melbourne, Australia’s leading occupational health and safety event, is back with an exciting new structure. On 5-6 September 2017, thousands of safety professionals across the industry will be looking for new solutions to help them achieve their goals in creating healthier and safer workplaces. Safety in Action Melbourne … Continue reading Promising Format Enhancements For The Leading Health and Safety Show in Melbourne
The Safe and Easy Fix for Noisy Workplaces
Effective communication between workers is vital to ensure the safe and efficient operation of industrial worksites. This whitepaper shows how an efficient headset not only protects workers’ hearing but is an excellent tool for clear communications. To download the whitepaper, fill in your details in the form below.
Mining Fires – Is Your Site Safe?
Most mine sites have flammable liquids. This means workers are threatened potential explosions, fires, burns and other hazards due to these liquids. This whitepaper shows how Bestech’s series of thermal imaging cameras can effectively prevent fires due to flammable liquids on your mine site – using extremely high optical resolutions and high measurement range of –20 to … Continue reading Mining Fires – Is Your Site Safe?
Warehouse Supply Solutions from Signet – Download Free Informative Infographic
Running a warehouse is a complex operation. From the delivery and despatch of goods, to maintaining a clean bathroom and lunchroom, all warehouses need to have the right consumables to be productive and run efficiently. Signet is the right choice when it comes to warehouse supply solutions. With a diverse range of products, including Cardboard … Continue reading Warehouse Supply Solutions from Signet – Download Free Informative Infographic
How software solutions remove risk & increase compliance
With the need to ensure consistent workforce support, not only in terms of compliance but also payroll, getting it right every time is critical. Automated systems ensure not only the smooth running of payroll systems, but also provide accurate and comprehensive reporting to make sure you’ve not only got an overview of your business, but … Continue reading How software solutions remove risk & increase compliance
Sensing and success in Oil and Gas
There is a broad range of sensors required on an oil rig, LNG terminal, and other critical settings involved in the resources industries sector. Below are a few types of sensors, and some reasons why expert advice is essential. Monitoring, maintenance and meeting strict standards are all important parts of operating in Oil and Gas. … Continue reading Sensing and success in Oil and Gas
An introduction to the TC8000 – addressing productivity barriers in the warehouse
Today’s warehouses are faced with increased volumes of shipments, expedited delivery times and a workforce that wants a device and applications that are as easy to use as those they use in their personal lives. However, most warehouses are already utilising mobile devices in the warehouse aisles to improve productivity and accuracy from picking to … Continue reading An introduction to the TC8000 – addressing productivity barriers in the warehouse
Scrap Metal Being Used to Fund Disability Programs
As is the nature of industrial work, industrial companies are often accused of not giving enough back to the environment and its local communities. Well now you can.
As reported by Australian Mining Magazine, The ‘Metal for Mobility’ scheme, launched by Queensland’s ‘Cerebral Palsy League’, gives mine sites the opportunity to donate scrap metal to the program, which is then weighed and sold off to merchants with the funding going towards local disability programs.
New Technology Brings Enhanced Precision to Hydraulic Cylinders
This free brochure explores Parker Hannifin’s new sensing technology, designed to be part of a fully functional electro hydraulic circuit, which unlike conventional position sensing systems; senses the position optically, through an innovative marking system and the use of an external fiber optic sensor.
No More Down-time with Self-repairing Rapid Door
itec Alimax rapid automatic doors are fully cleanable, making them ideal for the food sector, and feature an innovative self-repairing system capable of automatically resetting the door when bumps cause the curtain to slip out of the side tracks, eliminating down time and door maintenance.
Corporate Officers: Role & Responsibilities Fact Sheet
This free fact sheet covers who qualifies as a corporate officer, what their role and responsibilities are and the legal differences between corporate officers and volunteer officers.
Personal Protective Equipment – Free Guide
This free short guide covers different kinds of PPE items, selecting the right item for different purposes and employer’s responsibilities in providing different kinds of PPE items.
How to Identify Hearing Risks in the Workplace
This short guide outlines some practical advice for identifying and preventing potential hearing damage.
Free Human Error Cheat Sheet
This free human error cheat sheet will help you better understand human error, establish what your responsibilities are as a manager, supervisor or worker, and identify causes and corrections.
Free Trade Agreement- Becomes a Concern for Local Industry?
The third Cirrus Media Industrials poll reveals that industry is concerned about the impact of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) which the Government is attempting to forge with China, South Korea and Japan.
This report reveals over 42 percent of the respondents to the poll believe the FTAs will flood Australia with cheap goods against which, local companies can’t possibly compete.
TasRail Rejects Local Offer, Opting for Chinese Manufacturer Instead
This free article, looks at the issues surrounding this let-down, despite the Tasmanian government previously, instructing government departments to seek local companies for contracts.
Seven Steps to Safety for Small Businesses: Free Guide
This free article reports how SafeWork SA are helping small businesses to better understand their work health and safety responsibilities with a simple seven-step guide on how to identify and manage the risks associated with the work they do.
The Humble Wrench: A Critical Tool for All Industrial Mechanics
Chess valve wheel wrenches are designed with a specially shaped opening to fit snugly onto a variety of wheel sizes and shapes, minimising slipping, and providing a mechanical advantage of six times the normal strength- enabling quick, hassle-free opening.