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LOOK-UP+live is in Victoria.
LOOK-UP+live
2 days ago

Important procedural changes to OHS breaches take effect today.

Discussion on our forum page here: look-up.live/forum/news/update-to-worksafe-regulations/#post-90Don’t get caught out - new regulations for the Occupational Health and Safety Amendment (Infringements and Miscellaneous Matters) Regulations 2021 (Infringement Regulations) will begin on 31 July 2021.

The Infringement Regulations amend the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017 (OHS Regulations) to prescribe certain offences where an infringement notice may be issued.

They also specify penalties for these offences and give WorkSafe inspectors the power to issue infringement notices as an alternative to prosecution.

It will also strengthen WorkSafe’s compliance and enforcement capability and act as an additional deterrent to non-compliance of OHS laws.

There are 54 infringement offences in total. To learn more, visit:
bit.ly/NewOHSReg

Breaches of offences that are included in the infringement notice scheme can now be met with an immediate penalty.

MBV Members are invited to contact the OHS team if you have further questions on (03) 9411 4555.

#membersupport #ohs
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Important procedural changes to OHS breaches take effect today.  Discussion on our forum page here: https://look-up.live/forum/news/update-to-worksafe-regulations/#post-90
6 days ago

How good are these for any traffic setup requiring tapers? 👍

look-up.live/forum/safety/sequential-led-flares-for-traffic-tapers/
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They would work well in tapers 👍

Jase Hristovski

Patrick O'donohue

Sam Keys Cheryl Johnson

Kim Britt

Casey Duggan

M Glen Stefani

Tatum Madden

Jamy Lee

They get ran over or ppl they will think there cats eyes

Tori Paige Bonham👀

Joeey Mansour

Daniel Baxter

They would have to be Car/truck/bus proof as f…w.t drivers would run over them - even with the cones on top 🤣

Jay Quintal would be sick if you ever got out of your car and did some real work 😝Katelen Decoster and Amelia Dwyer yous will have to pick up jay and Matty’s slack

Dougy Healy 👌 not bad hey

I wonder if they would be available to buy

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Safety Spotter is at Melbourne CBD.
Safety Spotter
3 days ago

Working with McElligotts Group of Companies to look after vital infrastructure such as the Flinders & Spencer Street rail viaduct here. Proximity to Yarra Trams overhead conductors made it essential to complete this job after hours. Those lines needed to be isolated first & permits issued.

It's the middle of the night, in the middle of winter, almost in the middle of the city - but thankfully at the tail end of the state lockdown here.

#anywhereanytime #nogozone #electricalsafety
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Working with McElligotts Group of Companies to look after vital infrastructure such as the Flinders & Spencer Street rail viaduct here. Proximity to Yarra Trams overhead conductors made it essential to complete this job after hours. Those lines needed to be isolated first & permits issued.  Its the middle of the night, in the middle of winter, almost in the middle of the city - but thankfully at the tail end of the state lockdown here.  #anywhereanytime #nogozone #electricalsafety
Safety Spotter is in Whitfield, Victoria.
Safety Spotter
3 weeks ago

As we're approaching mid-winter in Victoria, just a reminder that occupational hazards outdoors can also increase with adverse conditions such as mist & stormy weather.

This photo was from our archives in 2017 and involved construction of a road re-alignment near Whitfield in the King Valley. Part of the project works were required directly under the main 330KV transmission lines connecting the NSW & Victorian power grids. You can barely see the conductors in this photo, but adherence to safe working methods was critical at such high voltages and with the potential of rapidly changing conditions. Each excavator had their own spotter and regular readings were taken using our TruPulse Rangefinders from Laser Technology, Inc. to ensure clearances were being maintained as per permit conditions. These lines can get quite hot and will sag during periods of high power demand. It may not be obvious but the variation in height (at the mid-point between 2 towers) can be several metres. ⚡️
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As were approaching mid-winter in Victoria, just a reminder that occupational hazards outdoors can also increase with adverse conditions such as mist & stormy weather.  This photo was from our archives in 2017 and involved construction of a road re-alignment near Whitfield in the King Valley. Part of the project works were required directly under the main 330KV transmission lines connecting the NSW & Victorian power grids. You can barely see the conductors in this photo, but adherence to safe working methods was critical at such high voltages and with the potential of rapidly changing conditions. Each excavator had their own spotter and regular readings were taken using our TruPulse Rangefinders from Laser Technology, Inc. to ensure clearances were being maintained as per permit conditions. These lines can get quite hot and will sag during periods of high power demand. It may not be obvious but the variation in height (at the mid-point between 2 towers) can be several metres.  ⚡️
Safety Spotter is at Eastern Honda.
Safety Spotter
1 month ago

We're working with Peak Install & Signcraft on this snazzy upgrade to signage for Eastern Honda. Unfortunately the blade sign is in an awkward spot with a service line crossing just a few metres away, as well as both HV & LV lines nearby along Doncaster Road.

Tiger tails are in place as a visual aid and permits issued by VESI for approach into the no-go-zone subject to safe systems of work. Photo thanks to John.
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Were working with Peak Install & Signcraft on this snazzy upgrade to signage for Eastern Honda. Unfortunately the blade sign is in an awkward spot with a service line crossing just a few metres away, as well as both HV & LV lines nearby along Doncaster Road.  Tiger tails are in place as a visual aid and permits issued by VESI for approach into the no-go-zone subject to safe systems of work. Photo thanks to John.
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