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  1. Fines issued following long weekend fireworks crackdown

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    A woman from Allworth in the Hunter Valley and a fireworks licence holder from Parkes have been fined by SafeWork NSW following a crackdown on fireworks safety over the October long weekend.

  2. SafeWork NSW statement: Opera House renovations

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    SafeWork NSW is investigating after asbestos was identified during renovations at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday, 5 October 2017.

  3. Farmers receive $1m in quad bike safety rebates

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    NSW farmers are safer on their properties after receiving $1 million in quad bike rebates from the NSW Government’s Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program.

  4. SafeWork NSW launches Musculoskeletal Disorder Strategy

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    SafeWork NSW’s Musculoskeletal Disorder Strategy was launched today to reinforce the NSW Government’s commitment to helping workers and business reduce the number and severity of serious work related injuries.

  5. NSW 2017 safety awards finalists announced

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    To mark the beginning of Safe Work Month in NSW, SafeWork NSW has announced the finalists in its annual work health and safety awards.

  6. Workplace mental health in the spotlight

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    Millions of workers will be the focus of New South Wales’ first ever summit aimed at developing a statewide strategy to improve mental health in the workplace.

  7. New fines to protect NSW workers from falls

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    SafeWork NSW will soon have the power to issue penalty notices of up to $3600 to NSW workplaces if they fail to protect employees against falls from heights.

  8. Broken Hill community Farm Safety event today

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    SafeWork NSW’s will hold a free community farm safety event at Broken Hill today.

  9. SafeWork NSW targeting illegal sale of fireworks on social media this long weekend

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    SafeWork NSW is targeting the illegal sale of fireworks on social media in the lead up to the October long weekend.

  10. SafeWork NSW reminds Broken Hill community about Farm Safety event

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    With less than two weeks until SafeWork NSW’s free community farm safety event at Broken Hill, SafeWork NSW is urging the local farming community to come along.