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  1. Western Sydney transport businesses invited to have their say on worker safety

    Media Release

    Western Sydney transport businesses are being invited to have their say on ways to protect industry workers at a SafeWork NSW forum this week.

  2. Western Sydney company fined after man crushed in workplace incident

    Ministerial Media Release

    A Yennora company and its director have been fined $87,500 after a worker was crushed by quartz slabs, Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean said.

  3. New campaign launched to target workplace safety

    Media Release

    SafeWork NSW has today launched a $3.2 million campaign aimed at ensuring workers and employers stay safe on the job.

  4. SafeWork NSW launches forklift safety blitz

    Media Release

    SafeWork NSW has launched a week-long forklift safety blitz after three workers were killed and more than 1,300 were injured in two years.

  5. Hot work

    Safety Alert

    This safety alert reminds people of the precautions required when carrying out hot work in the workplace, for example grinding, welding, oxy cutting or other processes which produce a flame or other ignition source.

  6. Quad bike safety body meets in Griffith

    Media Release

    The industry group tasked with improving quad bike safety in NSW will meet in Griffith today.

  7. Property owner’s $9,000 clean-up bill leads to asbestos safety warning

    Media Release

    SafeWork NSW is urging homeowners to ensure they take the necessary safety precautions after the owner of a Sefton property was left with a $9,000 asbestos clean-up bill when an unlicensed handyman demolished a garage at his property.

  8. Workshops to improve safety in horse industries

    Media Release

    The NSW Government will host a number of safety workshops across the state aimed at reducing horse-related injuries and fatalities among novice and beginner riders.

  9. National major hazard facilities forum - 6 March

    Notice

    SafeWork NSW is hosting the 2018 national major hazard facilities forum on 6 March at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

  10. New enforceable undertakings guidelines

    Notice

    The Enforceable Undertakings (EU) Guidelines have been updated following a comprehensive review by an external consultant in 2017, involving targeted consultation with key stakeholders (internal and external).  These guidelines commenced January 2018.