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How to cope with traumatic news – an illustrated guide

The era of 24-hour news brings traumatic events directly into everyone’s lives. Here’s how that can affect people, especially children, and some strategies for coping. In this illustrated guide by Lucy Fahey of ABC News, we are shown how traumatic news...

New year’s resolutions: how to get your stress levels in check

New year’s resolutions: how to get your stress levels in check James Scott, The University of Queensland Stress is the physical and emotional response we all experience when faced with demanding situations. Our stress can arise from within when we fear we’re...

Safe Santa’s checklist for this Christmas

Santa’s checking another list twice: his gift safety checklist. Are YOU giving safe gifts? Follow the steps in the Product Safety Australia’s Safe Santa checklist to find out. Have your checklist handy while you make your Christmas shopping list and take...

Lunch Atop a Skyscraper in 1932

Thankfully we have WHS laws to protect workers today, but back at the dawn of skyscraper building, things were very...

CASA to investigate Bunnings Sausage Sizzle Drone.

According to The Age and the EFTM blog, Civil Aviation Safety Authority is investigating after a video showing a man piloting a drone to a Sunbury Bunnings carpark for a sausage while he sat in his home. The man faces fines of up to $9000 for breaching  CASA...

Summary of Work-Related Traumatic Injury Fatalities

Work-related Traumatic Injury Fatalities – 2015 The aim of the Safe Work Australia report is to provide statistics about people who die each year from injuries that arose through work-related activity. This includes fatalities resulting from an injury sustained...