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  • Pedestrian deaths push for elderly walkers to wear hi-vis vests 03 Sep 2019 21:33 Iran Daily The data has prompted a push to have the elderly wear hi-vis clothing to make them easier to see, according to 3aw.com.au. The Council on the Aging Victoria has put forward the suggestion as part of an elderly pedestrian awareness campaign. Council on the …
  • American Factory review – a sobering documentary by the Obamas 15 Aug 2019 13:32 Guardian Weekly ‘There is no magic wand to bring back jobs,” said US president Barack Obama in 2016. Now he has returned to this sombre realist theme with the first documentary feature in his post-presidential career as a film producer (with Michelle Obama) for Netflix, …
  • Kate Holmquist: Highlights from a career in journalism 06 Aug 2019 13:53 Irish Times Kate Holmquist – who died this weekend aged 62 – began writing for The Irish Times in 1985. Kate (or, earlier in her career, Kathryn) wrote on a range of subjects, specialising at different times in the arts, social affairs and education coverage. Over …
  • Visible safety solution for our kids 28 Jul 2019 14:26 Sunshine Coast Daily ON A FEW occasions on a recent trip to Norway and Iceland, I was momentarily distracted from the majestic scenery by the sight of children in high-visability vests and jackets. From youngsters climbing a jungle gym in a playground to older children walking …
  • New study from Dickies reveals the most ludicrous health & safety rules in trades 12 Jul 2019 14:11 Buildingtalk A recent study from workwear brand, Dickies Workwear, has uncovered some of the most ludicrous health and safety rules in trades. Following an interesting range of results, Dickies Workwear made it their mission to mythbust some of the most dubious rules. …
  • New twist in tradies’ T-shirt war 02 Jun 2019 05:39 News.com.au An Australian company has hit back at claims a number of workers were temporarily stood down without pay for wearing union logos, insisting the dispute arose over safety concerns. According to the Electrical Trades Union (ETU), a group of its members who …
  • School's tactics to manage disruptive special needs pupil shock mother 15 May 2019 07:35 Wairarapa News A school created posters featuring an autistic pupil's face, circled in red with a line slashed across it, above the words "Stop William", in a bid to stop him escaping the grounds.  The horrified mother of the West Coast 7-year-old said the …
  • Cycling 'not taken seriously' by central or local governments @BritishCycling @Chris_Boardman #Cycling #RoadCycling 13 May 2019 08:33 Leisure Opportunities Job opportunities Hollywood Bowl Group £37,000 - £42,000 per annum Plus Market-Leading Bonus location: Outer and North London More than three quarters (76 per cent) of British Cycling members do not believe that cycling is taken seriously by their local …
  • Climate protesters arrive at Heathrow airport threatening to cause chaos 19 Apr 2019 08:43 Charleston Daily Mail Young eco-warriors broke down in tears about climate change on TV today after descending on London Heathrow today amid a plot to 'shut down' the airport and disrupt traffic for families planning a bank holiday getaway. The Extinction Rebellion …
  • IPAF Launches Safety Campaign for Using MEWPs along Roads and Highways 17 Apr 2019 18:39 RER Magazine The International Powered Access Federation launched a new campaign on operation mobile elevating work platforms safely along highways or next to roads at last week’s Bauma Trade Fair in Munich. IPAF’s Street Smart safety campaign outlines the dangers of …