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RSHQ cracks down on doctor training

RESOURCES Safety and Health Queensland recently removed 35 doctors from the register of approved doctors to carry out medicals for mine and quarry workers because they had not kept up with the required training.

RSHQ had worked closely with doctors to ensure its register of approved doctors remained current.

RSHQ had worked closely with doctors to ensure its register of approved doctors remained current.

That equates to 12% of doctors registered to conduct the medicals. RSHQ executive director of occupational health Dean Barr said all doctors on the register had to complete the Statutory Medicals for...

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