Dr Arthur Chesterfield-Evans trained in surgery and occupational health and became involved in advocacy against tobacco. He spent 9 years in the NSW upper house and currently works treating Workers Compensation and motor vehicle accident injuries.
The silicosis epidemic – a symptom of wider regulatory failure
The epidemic of silicosis amongst tradespeople working with manufactured stone was predictable, preventable, and an illustration of a broken OHS system across NSW and the rest of Australia. Continue reading »
Asking the question: making the first move in Voluntary Assisted Dying
On the 28th November 2023 the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2022 (NSW) (the NSW VAD Act) will come into force. Continue reading »
Do privileged cabinet ministers have any idea how the poorer people live?
As a child in the 1950s, our family moved to Port Kembla, and we lived on Hill 60, just above the rocks where a lot of people have drowned recently. Continue reading »