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      Work Health and Safety Blog

      There's so much happening in the world of health & safety. Changes in legislation and requirements, changes in best practice, changes in ... you name it. Here's my take on making it simple. Simply Genius WHS - stop guessing... manage with confidence.

      A "dirty dozen" reminders for excavator operators

      Maralyn Kastel  - Friday, September 06, 2013

      On every construction site safety must always be a top priority.  Remember that work health & safety is everyone’s responsibility.  ..

      Task lighting for healthy eyes for your workers

      Maralyn Kastel  - Monday, August 19, 2013

      Guest post - Jennifer Long Visual Ergonomics

      It is easier to perform detailed and visually demanding tasks with good illumination. However, providing high illumination levels can be expensive, hot and a potential glare source. ..

      Fatigued workers in construction are a menace to your safety

      Maralyn Kastel  - Wednesday, July 31, 2013

      What is it that makes the discussion of fatigued workers in construction a topic that is seldom addressed, rarely discussed with workers and yet can have a disastrous result? ..

      Fatigue equals stress – and it’s not just about “being tired”!

      Maralyn Kastel  - Friday, July 26, 2013

       It is important for employers and workers to understand the risks in the workplace and what you can take to promote and provide a safe working environment.  One aspect that is often overlooked is fatigue and it’s not just about getting a poor night’s sleep. Make sure you discuss how to minimise the effects of fatigue with your workers. ..