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Employers, you need to prepare for working in heat

The recent day or two above 35 degrees is a timely warning of the need to identify the hazards of working in heat and ensure your people do not suffer heat related illness or injury over summer.

Employer OHS duties of care extend to ensuring staff, contractors and volunteers are not overexposed to a workplace heat load that exceeds people’s capacity to maintain a core body temperature of 37 degrees centigrade and suffer a heat related incident.


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Victorian Chamber welcomes new leader of the Opposition

The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry congratulates the Hon Michael O’Brien MP on his appointment as Parliamentary Leader of the Victorian Liberal Party.

Victorian Chamber Chief Executive Mark Stone AM said that the Victorian Chamber looks forward to maintaining its strong relationship with the Hon Michael O’Brien and the Opposition to ensure business priorities are front and centre of the political agenda.


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A cutting-edge initiative not to be missed: ignite+VU

Many watercooler conversations in offices across Victoria today will touch on the unexpected results at the FIFA World Cup and Wimbledon.

ICYMI, Croatia devastated England fans in the semi-final in Russia winning 2-1 in extra time while eight-time champion Roger Federer – who was in great form - surprised the world by being knocked out of Wimbledon by South African Kevin Anderson.