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Man dies in tragic Tanah Merah Bobcat accident

The Courier Mail Chris Honnery May 22, 2015

A MAN has died under tragic circumstances following an incident with work machinery south of Brisbane this morning. 66 more words

Forensic Pathology

Union says it holds ‘great concerns’ for safety at Sun Metals refinery

Townsville Bulletin RACHEL AFFLICK  May 21, 2015

A UNION representing workers at Sun Metals says it holds great concerns for safety at the refinery following the death of a Townsville father. 77 more words

Forensic Pathology

Makatarungang kompensasyon para sa mga manggagawang biktima ng sunog sa Valenzuela

Taos-pusong nakikiramay ang buong kasapian ng Pagkakaisa ng mga Manggagawa sa Timog Katagalugan – Kilusang Mayo Uno (PAMANTIK-KMU) sa mga pamilya ng mgabiktima sa nangyaring sunog ng isang pagawaan ng tsinelas sa Valenzuala nitong Mayo 13, 2015. 402 more words

Contractualization

Ice use in workforce highest in 'blue-collar jobs', statistics reveal

ABC news | May 13, 2015 | Simon Lauder

Trade workers and those in the hospitality industry are among the biggest users of the drug ice in the workforce, an analysis of national drug data has revealed. 68 more words

Drug Analysis And Toxicology

Exam Tips May 2015

The link below is to a document providing some tips for exam etiquette and a checklist. Best of luck.

Brief Exam Guide May 2015

CGMP & QC

Grantham heeded for new Qld flood inquiry

The Sydney Morning herald | May 5, 2015

An angry group of southeast Queensland residents will finally get their chance to have their say about the deadly flood which washed through the Lockyer Valley. 62 more words

Leadership / Management

Experts predict workplaces to experience a 'tsunami' of dementia issues

ABC news 4 May 2015

There are warnings that Australian workplaces are ill-equipped to deal with a so-called tsunami of dementia cases over the coming years. 39 more words

Leadership / Management