Motor Vehicle Accidents ZH Alert No: STE 000 Date of Issue: 01/06/2012 1300apprentice has had five workers... read more

Our refrigeration apprentice was working on top of a commercial refrigeration unit read more

Social Media has been a hot topic over the past 5 years and has grown to become a part of every day life for many. read more

Lacerations can occur for several reasons but the most common laceration type would be a cut. read more

1300apprentice has recently released our policy for the usage of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) in the workplace as part of our ongoing dedication to workplace health and safety. read more

Our employee was cutting 8 meter length of purlins down to a required size read more

The rebate of up to $500.00 is great news for many of our host employers to help with the purchase and installation of safety improvements across their workplace. read more

Every year more than 10,000 Australians are treated for melanoma and some of these people die from this disease. Outdoor workers have a higher chance of being one of these statistics. read more

WH&S - fatigue

20 Feb 2012

Something I read recently really brought home to me how important it is to manage fatigue of employees in the workplace. read more

The right attention and proper treatment of a sprain or strain can stop the injury from getting any worse. Without treatment, a sprain of a ligament or a strain of a muscle can mean a long recovery. read more

Know the rules and take the time to build up good habits around each and every task you do. read more

We are proud to announce a drop in the level of WH&S incidents here at 1300apprentice. read more

An employee suffered a serious laceration injury whilst using a five inch angle grinder to grind the hand rail that was previously welded. read more

With our roots firmly planted in the manufacturing trades and boilermaking well represented, from time to time apprentices will incur flash burn also known as welder’s flash. read more

He was tapping the bearings with a hammer and some steel came off striking him in the eye, the steel lodged in his eye and protruded out requiring surgery to remove the steel and close the wound on the eye ball. read more