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CCIWA backs Buswell on OHS changes

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA has thrown its support behind Treasurer Troy Buswell's wariness over plans to align occupational health and safety rules across all states.

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Bruce Rock WA
It seems clear to me that as usual everyone seems to have forgotten the most important fact regarding workplace OHS - that being if both the Companies and the Workers complied with their respective obligations under the Act then huge fines, feral HSR's, discrimination etc would never become an issue. As long as companies continue to demand the extended work rosters, as long as workers accept the glint of gold over their own safety, then we will always have the vacuous dribbling of talking heads from the likes of Messers Bellamy and Buswell.

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