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Latest developments on ISO 45001

Latest developments on ISO 45001Lock icon

The world's first occupational health and safety international standard is currently being developed. It will help your organisation provide a safe and healthy workplace for your workers and other people, prevent deaths, work-related injury and ill-health, as well as continually improve OH&S performance.

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Procore to integrate wearables maker Triax's worker-tracking tech

Construction wearables maker Triax Technologies and con-tech company Procore are teaming up to improve the digital capture and management of job-site worker data, according to ForConstructionPros.

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Master Builders support women in construction

Master Builders Australia has this week launched a bespoke mentoring program designed to support women in NSW's building and construction industry.

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ATO targeting illegal phoenix building and construction businesses

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is currently working with the Phoenix Taskforce to tackle illegal phoenix businesses in the building and construction industry in order to protect honest workers and businesses.

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Would you like to build the $120M Scone bypass?

Federal Infrastructure and Transport Minister Darren Chester is calling on prequalified contractors to participate in a tender to build the $120 million bypass in Scone, in NSW's Hunter region.

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New chair for Infrastructure Australia

Infrastructure Australia has appointed as its new chair as Mark Birrell retires.

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Mental health in Australia's construction industry

It is a harsh reality that people working in the construction industry in Australia, are disproportionally affected by mental health issues.

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Visibility on construction sites equals safety

Visibility on construction sites equals safetyLock icon

Construction workers and construction equipment working side by side is unavoidable, but risk and harm to the workers is.

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Euro Auctions extend global reach with first ever Hong Kong sale

International auctioneers of industrial plants, construction machinery and agricultural equipment Euro Auctions have announced it's holding its first ever Hong Kong sale as it establishes a new auction facility and expands into the region.

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Ai Group "deeply concerned" about possible US steel tariffs

The Australian Industry (Ai) Group has expressed concern that the US government may be planning to invoke national security to impose additional tariffs to imported steel and possibly aluminium.

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