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The table below provides information on when Construction Training Induction Card is required (Based on draft National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work) Guidance on inclusions and exclusions Safety awareness training required Safety awareness training may not be...
Construction induction
Information on the requirements for induction training in the construction industry
Construction induction
Changes to the licencing of asbestos removal were made in 2010 and include new requirements.
Asbestos licensing
A licence is required in Western Australia for certain types of demolition works. Only a licence holder or an employee of a licence holder may carry out this type of work. In the regulations 'demolition' means the complete or partial demolition of a building or structure by pre-planned and...
Demolition licence
Working safely in hot conditions provides practical advice for employers and workers on heat illness, related health and safety problems and actions and measures to take to prevent or minimise the likelihood of heat illness.
Environmental factors
Welcome to the WorkSafe library The library has an extensive collection of resources relating to occupational health and safety, including occupational medicine, chemical safety, ergonomics, safety management, occupational hygiene, work life and society. The library is a free service open to the...
Library
A practical approach to noise management in the construction industry Introduction Construction workers are among the most affected by industrial deafness. The ILO Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health & Safety lists the construction industry as the fourth noisiest industry sector. The types of...
Noise and vibration
Acoustic enclosures, barriers and isolation There may be times when you will need to use your skills to construct an acoustic enclosure or screen, soundproof a room or fabricate acoustic ductwork. This document gives some tips on materials to use and how to avoid the common pitfalls. What acoustic...
Noise and vibration
One of the most cost-effective ways of reducing noise in a workplace is to 'buy quiet'. Purchasing quiet products can reduce noise levels without additional modification to equipment or the workplace. This guide offers ideas for general equipment and for the specific purchase of saw blades. General...
Noise and vibration
A licence is required in Western Australia for the removal of materials that contain asbestos. Only a licence holder or an employee of a licence holder may carry out this type of work.
Asbestos licensing

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Choose a poster to display at your workplace to raise awareness of the importance of staying safe at work or create your own by using one of the editable word posters. This editable Word posters can...
WorkSafe
Poster
24 Aug 2016
A common element of many recent fatal and serious injuries has been people in close proximity to vehicles or mobile plant. People who work with or near vehicles and mobile plant are most at risk...
WorkSafe
Alert
22 Jul 2016
Any hearing injury is irreversible and the hearing loss is permanent. Display this poster in your workplace as a reminder of ways they can protect their hearing.
WorkSafe
Poster
24 Aug 2015
WorkSafe is currently conducting an inspection campaign on noise in the manufacturing industry. T he main objective of the program is to raise awareness of how noise hazards should be assessed and...
WorkSafe
Checklist
24 Aug 2015
WorkSafe
Information
28 Jul 2015
Certain carcinogenic substances are specifically controlled under OSH Regulations 5.28-5.42 and Schedules 5.4-5.6. These regulations include requirements for use of the carcinogens to be approved by...
WorkSafe
Information
29 Jun 2015
World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers' Memorial Day is Thursday 28 April 2016. Download and display these posters in your workplace to help prevent future incidents and remember those...
WorkSafe
Poster
22 Apr 2016
The principles applied to maintaining the safety and health of all people associated and affected by our department.
Corporate
Policies
01 Jul 2016
This fact sheet looks at some common myths and facts about asbestos. MYTH: Crayons contain asbestos. This is true for identified brands of crayons but the risk is very low. The risk in these...
WorkSafe
Information
14 Sep 2015
WorkSafe is currently conducting an inspection campaign in the scrap metal industry with a view to increase awareness of safety issues faced by your industry and to highlight the importance of...
WorkSafe
Checklist
13 Mar 2015

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