A Tree Fell at a Centre and WorkSafe and MoE Heard It

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A tree fell on children in an early childhood centre and for the first time ever Worksafe prosecuted an ECE service. Four children and one adult were injured.  The most fundamental practice change to be made is that every day […]

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