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Friday 09 February 2024
A distribution and warehousing company has been convicted and fined $47,000 for unsafe storage and handling of dangerous goods at its West Footscray premises.
Monday 15 January 2024
WorkSafe reminds employers and occupiers of premises where dangerous goods are stored and handled about managing the risks associated with decanting and blending flammable liquids.
Friday 29 December 2023
Victorians are reminded to leave fireworks to the professionals this New Year's Eve or risk serious injuries, fires or harsh penalties blowing their chances of a great start to 2024.
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