Journal Contents No. 73


Occupational Health And Safety

Edited by Michael Quinlan

Michael Quinlan
The Toll Does Matter: Occupational Health and Labour History

Claire Williams
Women and Occupational Health and Safety: From Narratives of Danger to Invisibility

John E. Martin
English Models and Antipodean Conditions: the Origins and Development of Protective Factory Legislation in New Zealand

Glenda Maconachie
Blood on the Rails: the Cairns-Kuranda Railway Construction and the Queensland Employers’ Liability Act

Paula Cowan
From Exploitation to Innovation: the Development of Early Workers’ Compensation in Queensland

Bobbie Oliver
‘Lives of Misery and Melancholy’: the Rhetoric and Reality of Industrial Reform in Post-World War 1 Western Australia

Beris Penrose
Occupational Lead Poisoning at Mount Isa Mines in the 1930s


Tom Sheridan
The Old Order and the New: Contrasts in the Response of Australian and Overseas Shipowners to Full Employment on the Waterfront 1944-52

Christina Twomey
Gender, Welfare and the Colonial State: Victoria’s 1864 Neglected and Criminal Children’s Act

Diane Fieldes
‘Everybody was “Girls” in the Minds of Management’: the Fight for Equal Pay in the Australian Insurance Industry, 1973-75