Why did I leave my job as a health and safety consultant?

When I was working as a healthcare consultant at a construction firm in Sydney, I got the call one day.

It was a call from the NSW government.

The government had asked for help with its “construction safety review”.

Its task was to review the state’s safety and compliance with building codes, and recommend changes.

The company wanted to be involved in the review, and the government was keen to have an active role in it.

So I agreed to work with the NSW Government.

After a few months, I was offered the chance to work on the project.

The new government wanted to put a spotlight on its efforts to reduce the number of deaths related to the construction industry.

And so they decided to give me the job.

It seemed like a great opportunity.

But the job turned out to be a disaster.

I had a lot of respect for the people in the NSW Ministry of Infrastructure, including the Deputy Premier and Treasurer.

But I soon realised that the NSW Department of Health was not just a tool to push through the recommendations they had already made, but was also an agency that was actively seeking to profit from the safety and safety-related decisions that were being made.

When the NSW State Government finally handed over the reins of safety and the safety-sensitive construction, it set up the Building Safety Advisory Council, which was to be an independent body.

Its mandate was to advise the government on safety-relevant construction projects, but the council also had a role to play in advising the state on how best to deal with the construction sector’s ongoing issues with safety.

And while the council was formed in 2014, it wasn’t until June this year that I was called in to help advise the NSW Minister for Building, Planning and Infrastructure, and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.

While I didn’t initially have the knowledge to comment on the details of the review and recommendations that the government had submitted to the council, I began to feel the pressure to make the report more positive, to be more optimistic about what the state government could do to improve the safety of construction.

By this time, the NSW state government had also appointed the former chief executive of construction consultancy PWC to run the council.

But PWC, whose name was used on a letter sent to the NSW secretary of state by the construction consultants, had also taken over responsibility for safety and security.

PWC’s role in this review had been expanded to include reviewing the safety aspects of new construction projects.

PWC was appointed to advise on the safety issues associated with the use of asbestos in the building of a home.

But they also had an advisory role to advise about the safety requirements for certain construction projects such as the construction of homes and schools.

It has since been revealed that the company had been paid over $20 million by the NSW and Queensland governments for these services.

I started to realise that the role of the NSW department of health was not only a tool that the state and the NSW governments used to push the construction and health sectors towards more safe and more efficient construction, but that it also had the power to directly profit from these decisions.

The NSW government was not doing their job.

I felt that the safety review process was an attempt to take advantage of this situation, and I had concerns about the way the review was being conducted.

But I had also realised that I had a duty to the people of the state to stand up for the safety concerns of the people that I worked for.

I had to do more than just defend the safety standards of construction companies.

I also had to be able to help people who were suffering and dying from the unsafe practices of the construction firms that I and my colleagues were working for.

It was not a simple task.

I was given a lot to do.

I needed to understand the risks that the contractors were facing, and how to mitigate the risks.

I spent weeks in the trenches, in the public hearings and in the media.

I wanted to do everything that I could to make sure that I spoke out against the unsafe work that I saw happening in the construction industries.

I spoke against the work that was taking place.

But what I didn’ t want to do was to let the NSW construction industry down.

For a while, the company in question remained silent.

The company was never named or made public.

I began asking the construction contractors who had been contracted by the state about the issues that were going on.

I asked them how they were doing, and they told me that they were not happy with the safety culture that they had been subjected to.

They also revealed that some of their own staff had been threatened, and that some contractors had been warned that they might be fired for speaking out.

It also emerged that some workers had been harassed, and some of them had been denied a place at the funeral of a worker who had died from asbestos