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Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011



Workplace Health and Safety Advisory Council : Workplace Health and Safety Act Annual report 2010 - 2011

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Workplace Health and Safety Adviosry Committee


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Date:2011; Workplace Health and Safety Act




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12/01/2012 Workplace Health & Safety Advisory Council Annual Report 2010-11 page 12 Work Plan 2011-2012 As per the requirements of the Terms of Reference for the Sub-Committee, a plan of activities for the year till 30 June 2012 has been put together. Below are the planned activities for the Sub-Committee. Consideration of data on injury in the construction sector, including investigation reports and input to prevention campaigns (this is an on-going issue) Review of the success or otherwise and impact of the implementation of the national Model WHS Laws in the Northern Territory. Establish and review a Code of Practice for Amenities in the Northern Territory. Review the outcomes of the National Asbestos Review. Encourage further training in the Construction Sector in the Northern Territory The Construction Subcommittee met four times throughout 2010-11: 29 July 2010 27 January 2011 28 October 2010 21 April 2011

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