Tag Archives: asbestos

Property buyers, construction workers: New technology that warns you if a property has asbestos

We love technology! Let’s all do a collective cheer in agreement. Actually, to say we all LOVE technology is a stretch. Sitting next to Glenn, Donesafe’s VP of Sales, he was cursing a piece of video editing technology that wasn’t doing what he wanted. “Don’t use it” I said. Unsurprisingly, he responded by saying no, […]

Have you warned your staff about Mr Fluffy?

It’s a silent killer. Australia has always been known as a place wherein any one photo, there’s possibly 1000’s of things that could kill you. Traditionally we think of insects and animals like spiders, snakes, sharks and crocodiles. The Sydney Funnel Web Spider will even blow a bubble and wait to get you in your own […]

Not all safety hazards are created equal…

Work-related safety concerns come in two forms: physical and emotional. A comprehensive safety plan requires attention to both aspects of health and a framework for preventing and addressing grievances. Physical and environmental risks Pollutants and dangerous chemicals are a major occupational hazard that can have dire consequences if left unaddressed. Working in a potentially toxic environment carries risks of […]

National Asbestos Awareness Day

Today is National Asbestos Awareness Day, a day in which homeowners, renovators, tradies and handymen need to be aware of how to protect themselves and their families / co-workers from exposure to dangerous asbestos fibres. The Asbestos Awareness team visited Darling Harbour in Sydney today to promote awareness, specifically: 1 in 3 homes in Australia […]