SafetyNet 489

We welcome our subscribers to the latest edition of SafetyNet - it's been very cold and wet in Victoria the past week, but as always there are lots of things going on in the world of OHS. Once again, you are invited to to copy anything of interest and put it up on your work noticeboard.

As always we invite comments on any of the issues covered - just send an email here. (Please don't 'reply' to your email). If you have a story or an issue you would like covered, contact us as well. It's always a pleasure to get feedback.

And the usual reminder: to keep up to date and informed between editions of SafetyNet, go to our We Are Union: OHS Reps Facebook page, and for those who are HSRs and/or passionate about health and safety, join the OHS Network page, a safe place to raise and discuss issues: check it out and ask to join.

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