This AIOH submission was made to the NSW Government and makes a number of recommendation for improving the demolition licensing in NSW.
Our submission provides comments on the guidelines identify the key challenges involved in communicating the risks around asbestos and how to adequately address those challenges.
The objective of these sessions is to prepare potential candidates for the upcoming virtual exams before their assigned exam date.
President Kate Cole talks about the benefits of the more tightly fitting P2 or N95 masks.
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President Kate Cole speaks on The Project about the dangers of Silicosis. In recent years, this deadly dust disease has been synonymous with engineered stone in kitchens. But thousands are also in danger in other industries like tunnelling,
The AIOH Submission to the 2021 NSW Dust Diseases Scheme commenting on the recommendations to improve worker health protection from RCS.
The AIOH Submission to Safe Work Australia on the measurability of these four chemicals prepared by the Workplace Exposure Assessment Committee.
Read the Case Finding Study commissioned by SafeWork NSW to investigate respirable crystalline silica exposure in the manufactured stone industry.
Australia is grappling with the health implications of lung diseases associated with exposure to respirable crystalline silica and the need for action, including effective workplace monitoring, for the protection of workers.
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