checklist

The most common errors when using a checklist, and how you can avoid them

Inspection Checklists: You’re Doing it Wrong

Woman-on-phone

QLD workers spend at least 40 hours at work per week; Photo: SafetyCulture Library

QUEST makes healthy choice the easy choice for workers

farm_spraying

"Solar injury workers’ compensation claims cost nearly $3 million in 2013–2014" - WorkCover QLD; Photo: safetyCulture Library

Protect outdoor workers from heat stress with these tips

Inspection Checklists: You’re Doing it Wrong

Reported by Admin | 13 Apr, 2015 | 04:14pm

The 5 most common errors that can occur when using a checklist, and how you can avoid them.

QUEST makes healthy choice the easy choice for workers

Reported by Haydee | 13 Apr, 2015 | 01:26pm

While cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in the world, it can be prevented, and Australian workplaces can do something to ensure that the risks associated with cancer will be reduced.

Protect outdoor workers from heat stress with these tips

Reported by Haydee | 10 Apr, 2015 | 01:13am

WorkCover Queensland reminds everyone to stay safe under the sun, especially for outdoor workers.

rss-icon

Subscribe to OHS News

Keep up to date with everything OHS related in Australia, receive news as it breaks in your inbox.

Please enter your email address below.

paramedics

Postal worker injured in truck-related incident

Reported by Stephen | 17 Apr, 2015 | 08:20am

A worker is admitted to hospital in a critical condition following a truck-related incident at a parking yard in Victoria, about 75 kilometres south-west of Melbourne, on Wednesday evening.

Crane_Fishing_Vessel_SWMS_200x200px__00216.1410915621.220.220

Search for missing seafarer concluded

Reported by Haydee | 17 Apr, 2015 | 02:10am

Authorities have concluded the search for a man overboard from a bulk carrier, east of Fraser Island in Queensland on Wednesday, 15 April, following an extensive search operation and supporting expert medical advice.

Backhoe_or_Front_End_Loader_SWMS_200x200px__90354.1410915726.220.220

Company’s fine increased over worker’s death

Reported by Haydee | 17 Apr, 2015 | 01:46am

The County Court upheld an appeal over the insufficiency of a fine given to a recycling company following the death of a worker in 2012.

aviation safety

Aviation safety seminar for Moruya pilots

Reported by Stephen | 16 Apr, 2015 | 08:04am

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has organised a seminar for local pilots in Moruya next week.

asbestos

DIY renovators cautioned against asbestos exposure

Reported by Haydee | 16 Apr, 2015 | 01:17am

DIY renovators are reminded to stay safe from asbestos exposure, which could result from renovating old houses.

paramedics

Man hospitalised after workplace incident

Reported by Stephen | 15 Apr, 2015 | 08:35am

A worker is in hospital with suspected spinal injuries following an incident involving an asphalt paver in the South West region of Western Australia, about 16 km East of Bunbury, on Tuesday morning.