WHP provide onsite vaccinations for wastewater and sewage workers in Perth, WA. As per the Department of Health and the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety best practice guidelines, Hepatitis A and tetanus vaccinations are recommended for organisations and workers handling human effluent (sewage), biosolids or recycled water. There is a risk of pathogens being present…

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This week, Safe Work Australia have released translated guides for safe working with silica and silica containing products. Working with natural and engineered stone, asphalt, concrete, bricks or pavers can expose workers to silica dust. The Working with Silica guide provides information about reducing exposure to silica dust when working with silica and silica containing…

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Are flu vaccinations part of your COVIDSafe return to work strategy?  We have nurses & flu vaccines ready to help you as your staff return to the office, workshop or classroom over the next few weeks Onsite work flu vaccinations – Perth Our experienced team of WA Immunisation Nurses visit all types of Perth workplaces. Our online appointment system makes…

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Work Health Professionals is committed to providing a safe environment for our clients, and our staff. Flu vaccinations At this stage all bookings for our onsite flu vaccination services are continuing as scheduled. If there is any change to our operations, we will advise you immediately. If there are any changes for your business and…

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The flu vaccine is the most important measure you can take to prevent influenza and its complications, especially now with coronavirus concerns. In order to achieve the highest level of protection during peak flu season, the Department of Health recommends people get vaccinated from mid-April in 2020. When should you get vaccinated this year? “Receiving…

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According to WorkSafe WA, a safe level of noise, to protect the most noise-sensitive people from any hearing loss during a working lifetime, would be an average over the work shift of about 75 dB(A). People vary in their susceptibility to noise damage. Noise Induced Hearing Loss One of the main effects of noise at work is noise-induced…

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Safe Work Australia have released an updated version of the “Guide on exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation (UVR)” for workplaces in Australia. As a PCBU you have a duty to provide information, training and instruction that is suitable to the nature and risks of the work and the controls being put in place to manage…

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What is a WorkCover hearing test? In WA, a WorkCover hearing test is governed by WorkCover WA. Under the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981, it is compulsory for employers to arrange and pay for baseline hearing tests for all workers in prescribed “noisy” workplaces. All workers employed in a prescribed workplace for the…

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