SafetyNet 494

Welcome to another SafetyNet!

Very sorry about the late release this week. There's no good enough reason to delay a SafetyNet so I won't even try and name an excuse. Additionally, this weeks SafetyNet is a little shorter than normal, but please find it in your hearts to forgive us.

Renata is still away for the next few weeks, so Sam and Luke from the OHS team are buckling down to bring you the latest OHS news from around the web.

If you have any feedback on this week's edition on SafetyNet, please send it straight on to Sam at [email protected] so the next few can just get better and better.

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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