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Safemaster entertained a visit from our height safety ZERO equipment supplier, PBI New Zealand.
During the visit, the PBI team introduced some new, innovative products such as industrial safety helmets and rescue kits. A short product training session was also provided to our sales team.
ZERO Personal Protective Equipment was introduced to the WA market by Safemaster two years ago, who currently are the only appointed distributor for the region.
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Working above ground level spells potential danger! As a height safety company, we are not only on a mission to safeguard the workplace in Australia, we are also dedicated to ensuring that all of our staff are fully trained and competent to work at height. Our ongoing staff training and development programme is part of our commitment towards a safe and healthy working environment.
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Our in-house engineer conducting performance testing on the SLIPNOT walkway system. Deflection testing using dial indicators and known 200kg test weights is carried out to collect data which is analysed to define the beam characteristic of the SLIPNOT walkway. This provides specifications for designing certified compliant PROLANE platforms, incorporating the SLIPNOT walkway.

Safemaster has a proven capability in the work platforms disciplines. With our complete "all under one roof" service, you can rest assure that the systems we delivered are reliable, safe and comply with the regulations and standards.
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National Safe Work Month- October 2016

This October is your turn to focus on safety and think about why safety and health is important!

Each year in October, National Safe Work Month reminds us about the reasons why workplace health and safety is important, and it's a good time to stop and think about the ways in which we can all look out for each other and make sure the workplace is a healthy and safe environment.

There are so many reasons for being safe and healthy at work- what are yours?

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Working with builder Cooper & Oxley over the past two decades, Safemaster was once again honoured to be commissioned to provide fall protection and safe access systems for the new development of the multi-storey Sage Hotel, as well as the adjacent existing heritage building, located in the Perth CBD. 
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Worksafe New Campaign- Really Bad Day

WorkSafe Victoria has been launched a new major public awareness campaign, aimed primarily at employers making safety their first priority, to help prevent workplace tragedies.

The 'Really Bad Day' campaign shows the consequences for workers, employers, businesses and workplaces, when there is a workplace injury or fatality.

The confronting campaign is also a reminder to employers that WorkSafe inspectors visit workplace anywhere, any day and any time- ‘if your workers aren't safe, neither are you.’

The campaign will run statewide on TV, radio, print and online between 21 February and 25 June.

You can stop really bad days. Go to worksafeeveryday.com.au and find out how.
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The Kiss of Life

This 1967 Pulitzer prize award-winning photo shows two power linemen, Randall Champion and J. D. Thompson, at the top of a utility pole. They had been performing routine maintenance when Champion brushed one of the high voltage lines at the very top. Over 4000 volts entered Champion’s body and instantly stopped his heart (an electric chair uses about 2000 volts).

His safety harness prevented a fall, and Thompson performed mouth to mouth resuscitation until he felt a pulse then lowered Champion to the ground until paramedics arrived. Champion survived, living until 2002, age 64.

Ladders and poles work involved with live electricity can be extremely dangerous. Always consider and aware of the risks inherent in the work before proceeding.

This is also a beautiful reminder to always use your personal protective equipment such as safety harness to mitigate potential risk.
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