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Can an Employee Have 2 Full Time Jobs?

A recent application to the Fair Work Commission dealt with a situation of an employer’s WHS duty regarding fatigue and an employee who was working 2 full time jobs. The employee was reluctantly dismissed from one of the jobs. Ryan Murphy from Bartier Perry Lawyers has written an informative article, Is Two Jobs Too Many? Fatigue in the Workplace, about this.

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Recent WHS Articles from Courtenell

Do Bulk Containers of Hazardous Chemicals Need a Label?

Safe Work Australia Members agreed to amend the model WHS Regulations in March 2017. These changes clarify:

These amendments are currently being progressed to change the WHS Regulations in relevant State and Territories. This exemption does not apply to intermediate bulk containers (IBCs).

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A media release from the NSW Government says the program is a “free workplace health service that provides businesses with tools and support on healthy eating, weight and physical activity which include free confidential checks for workers”.

A survey of train commuters found that

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Get Healthy at Work: NSW Government Program 

The QLD Government has decided to create a new WHS offence of “negligence causing death”.

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Negligence Causing Death: A New QLD WHS Offence

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