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Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Topics Safety

Topic: safety

Keeping kids cool and safe this summer

With the school holidays upon us, teaching children to swim confidently is top of mind for many Bundaberg Region residents.

Stay safe at the beach this festive season

The Christmas holiday period is expected to be warm but before you hit the crowded beaches, Bundaberg surf life savers have a few tips to ensure you have a safe summer.

Heavy vehicle innovation showcased at demo day

A demonstration day has given heavy vehicle industry representatives the chance to learn about higher productivity and safety through innovative and optimised vehicle design.

Kiss-and-go extension helps traffic flow at Norville

An extension to Norville State School’s kiss-and-go zone is improving traffic flow at school drop-off and pick-up times.

Urgent road safety upgrades needed

RACQ has called for road safety upgrades in the Bundaberg Region after 26 people died and 189 were hospitalised following crashes over five years.

Hundreds enjoy front row safety seminar

Shane Webcke told an audience of 250 people at the Bundaberg Multiplex that creating a safety culture among workers and workplaces is critical.

Shane Webcke talks safety in Bundaberg

Shane Webcke is in town next week to talk about safety, a subject close to his heart after losing his father to a workplace incident.

Greensill's Ashley Rieck a health and safety champion

Bundaberg man Ashley Rieck has been announced as a nominee for an awards event aimed at shining the spotlight on workplace health and safety.

Three flashing school zone signs announced

Transport Minister Mark Bailey visited Bundaberg today and met Mayor Jack Dempsey. The Minister announced new flashing zone signs to improve...

Student safety focus of Walkervale School project

The Walkervale State School P&C committee is celebrating news that Bundaberg Regional Council’s design for a safer drop off zone has received State Government funding.

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