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Wollongong employers and Health and Safety Reps in SafeWork consultation

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Wollongong media event: Thursday May 2

Head of SafeWork NSW Trent Curtin will be available to address the media ahead of the workplace regulator’s first Health and Safety Representative (HSR) consultation to be held in Wollongong tomorrow. Others will be held in other regional locations throughout the coming months.

Trent will speak on the importance of HSR’s in the workplace and the recent Qantas court decision. More than 80 people will be at the event, with other interviewees available.

Please find media release attached.

WHEN: 8:30 am, Thursday May 2 2024 

WHERE: Master Builders Club, 61 Church St, Wollongong NSW 2500

MEDIA: Seth Tenkate 0419 953 341

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