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as Trustee for the Vowles Family Trust

WHS Training Specialists, Sydney, Australia  

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ABN: 42164393628 ~ ACN: 050109281

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Work Health and Safety Articles

Here is a list of WHS Articles published in 2018.

We are currently reorganising our library of articles from previous years.

If there is a particular article you require a copy of, please contact us on (02) 9552 2066

2018 Work Health & Safety Articles


The Focus of WHS Training for Supervisors


Your Wish List About Supervisor WHS Responsibilities & Functions


DYS Issue 63 - October 2018


October – The Benefits of Safe Work Month


Changes to the SIRA Training Requirement for Return to Work Coordinators


What is a "Reasonably Foreseeable Hazard"? Part 2


What is a "Reasonably Foreseeable Hazard"? Part 1


DYS Issue 62 - August 2018


YSM 136 - A WHS Risks Check


What or Who is a PCBU?


A WHS Tool to Help Identify Areas of Concern in WHS


PCBU Interaction with HSRS and Health & Safety Committees


How to Increase the Benefits of WHS Consultation 2


How to Increase the Benefits of WHS Consultation 1


Tragic Lessons in WHS


Which is Best? Onsite or Public WHS Training?


Do PCBUs have to Train their Managers & Supervisors in WHS?


Has Your HSRs or Committee Members Terms of Office Expired?


DYS Issue 61 - June 2018


What WHS Consultation Courses can Managers and Supervisors Attend?


Why Managers and Supervisors Have a Vital Role in WHS Compliance


DYS Issue 60 - April 2018


Heading for a Fall? Applying a Code of Practice Can Prevent That


$900,000 Reckless Conduct: Why the PCBU was Prosecuted


DYS Issue 59 - March 2018


YSM 133 - Ladder Safety at Work and at Home


SafeWork NSW has Updated its prosecution Guidelines


A Tragedy Highlights the PCBU's Responsibility to Manage WHS Risks


It's the PCBU's "duty to consult"


DYS Issue 58 - January 2018