New training framework for high-risk workers

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia has partnered with some of the state’s biggest resources players to launch a pilot training framework to improve safety in the workplace.


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Its not the training centers fault, they are paid by the contractors, who do not enforce safety on their sites, the just tell the workers to "Smash it Out" this is what the customer wants, they do not employ Safety Advisors, they only collect daily Take 5's for their KPI's, and no one supervisors the unskilled monkeys doing the work on site.

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