Remembering those who lost their life through a workplace incident or occupational disease.
On 28 April each year, countries around the world pause to commemorate workers who have died as a result of a workplace incident or occupational disease.
We encourage employers and workers across the state to take time on the International Day of Mourning to think about the significance of work health and safety and how workplace incidents can affect those around them.
The end-of-year holiday season has since passed, and we’ve had a gentle breather between celebrations. However, strap on your cotton-tails and bunny ears, because Easter is just over a week away! Continue reading “Take a break to Celebrate!”
Safety is one of those topics that may get a few eye-rolls, or heavy sighs, when mentioned. People think words like “mundane”, “boring”, “waste of time”.
Despite knowing the opposite is true, this mindset seems to prevail.
Unless, Mark of HSWT is your Safety Guy.
HSWT believes in safety, and in fun; because generally speaking, Continue reading “Making Safety Fun”
Why do I need to provide training for my forklift operators?
Each type of forklift presents different operating hazards based on the way they lift, and amount of weight they can support. In addition, type of workplace can introduce many hazards, including putting the pedestrians in danger. Some commons accidents include: Continue reading “Forklift Training”