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Welcome to the May 20 edition of SafetyNet - brought to you from the 'comfort' of our editor's dining room home office! 

While many of us are still at home, restrictions are gradually being lifted, so this will mean more workers getting back to work. This will bring a range of new challenges. Please remember that if you need any assistance or advice on hazards or conditions at the workplace, contact your union. Also, remember that everyone at the VTHC is still available to answer queries and help in any way we can. This includes the OHS Unit, the Young Workers Centre, the Migrant Workers Centre, the Women's and Equity Team and everyone else.

To keep up to date and informed between editions of the journal, go to our We Are Union: OHS Reps Facebook page. If you have any questions or need any advice, we can be reached via the Ask Renata facility on the website or through the closed OHS Network Facebook page. 

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