Category Archives: Article

  • A worker with a beard successfully undergoing a mask fit test to ensure proper respiratory protection on the job site.

    Beard or no Beard. Can workers keep their facial hair on sites?

    Its a hot topic on site at the moment, builders want workers to wear masks, but the workers don’t want to shave every day for something that can be managed with controls..

  • Air Monitoring – WHSQ Campaign to begin

    Air monitoring is a critical component of the upcoming Silica Code of Practice in the construction and manufacturing industries. It allows employers and contractors to identify, assess, and provide recommendations to control hazards associated with silica dust exposure. It is also enables PCBU’s to demonstrate compliance with regulations, improve worker health and safety, and continuously […]

  • nextrack platform notification feature, control measures, sms, emaily, reports, alerts

    neXtrack Notifications Feature

    In today’s fast-paced world, staying informed and up-to-date is crucial. This is particularly true for businesses that rely on the latest technology to maintain a healthy working environment. Wish you had a platform that could alert you to exposures from dust generating activities? Want to validate how effective your control measures are? Well neXtrack has […]

  • WHS Ministers: Report to review the ban of Engineered Stone

    WHS Ministers from across the country met on the 28th February to discuss WHS issues of national importance. Front and centre of these discussions has been the national response to silicosis and the potential ban of engineered stone, as previously discussed in our past blog: Silicosis in Construction: A Call for Stronger Protections Whilst a […]

  • Zones

    neXtrack ZONES

    When it comes to construction sites, the safety and productivity of workers is of paramount importance. One way to ensure both, is to divide the site into distinct zones, each with its specific purpose and rules. Safety zones, loading/unloading areas, working and exclusion zones are all critical to ensuring that a workers safety can be […]

  • What is Real-time Monitoring?

    Real-time monitoring is the process of continuously collecting and analysing data in real-time as events occur. In other words, it is the practice of constantly keeping an eye on data and making timely decisions based on the data collected. Real-time sampling uses a direct-reading device to measure dust concentrations and can be used in a […]