Monthly Archives: January 2015

Wire road barrier “ramps” need investigation – 4 fatalities in one crash

Four people have died as a car became airborne and hit a tree at Pyalong, Victoria, Australia.  The crashed car is in the rearground having left the road and hit a tree. I think this officer of Victoria Police is onto … Continue reading

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Australian Open Tennis. Heat safety rules inconvenient? Just change them.

Playing and working in heat is “hot topic” in the media for at least a few days every year at the Australian Open Tennis.  It affects players but also other people working and volunteering at the tennis; umpires, line umpires and children … Continue reading

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Physical activity – a different kind of hazard. What’s the right amount of work?

Physical activity is unlike some other hazards.  Reducing many hazards in their magnitude is always – as a goal – a good idea.  Some hazards are related to risk in such a way that less exposure to the hazard is … Continue reading

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