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» EXCLUSIVE: Hospital caught up in Blue Mountains asbestos ...
A public hospital is the latest site caught up in the Blue Mountains asbestos scandal.
A report reveals serious asbestos fears still exist at the�Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital, despite first being identified 20 years ago.
Priority one, disintegrating asbestos has been found�in the women's and children's ward, the child assessment and development unit and medical...
NSW council on notice after asbestos find - news.com.au
The NSW government has put a council on notice after asbestos was found in council-owned workplaces, but the mayor and Greens say it's politically motivated.
Australian Associated PressDecember 13, 20177:48pm
The NSW government has been slammed for putting Blue Mountains City Council on notice following the discovery of asbestos in several of its council-owned workplaces.
Blue Mountains City Council - Asbestos
Asbestos is a problem waste as it can cause life-threatening diseases if inhaled. Precautions must be taken to eliminate the risk to yourself and others from incorrectly dismantling, transporting and disposing of this material.
If you are unsure how to correctly dismantle and transport asbestos, contact a...
Blue Mountains City Council - Policies, Plans and Strategies
Policies, Plans and Strategies
The Council has an extensive range of policies, plans, strategies, reports, guides and other formal documents which are alphabetically listed below, with a brief description. For long-term plans and strategic documents please go to Integrated Planning and Reporting .
Policies describe the Council's position and approach to a particular matter - that is, what the...
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Blue Mountains City Council - Your Council
Notice of Intention to Suspend BMCC Councillors
> BMCC was advised by the Office of Local Government today (Wednesday, 13 December) that it will serve the Council with a Notice of Intent to Suspend Councillors of the Council.
> The reasons for the Notice relate to Council's compliance with asbestos management requirements.
> The proposed suspension is for a period of three months during which time an Interim Administrator would be appointed.
> The Council has 7 days to respond to the Notice.
> What does this mean?
- If the suspension was to proceed, this would...
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