A fisherman was fatally injured after falling from a fishing trawler off Corny Point in the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia.
A large block of stone fell from a building site at Martin Place. This is the second near-miss incident at the site in less than two months.
The Country Fire Authority’s (CFA) Fiskville training facility was closed permanently after toxic chemicals were discovered at the site.
A Perth-based racing fuel supplier has been fined $50,000 in the Perth Magistrates Court. The company pleaded guilty to storing more than 50 times the legal amount of fuel at its Osborne Park workshop.
WorkSafe WA has issued a warning to check High Risk Work Licences after being alerted to altered and created copies of the documents.
Firefighters were alerted to a blaze north of Bendigo in Central Victoria Tuesday night.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious crush injuries to his leg, following a fatal tree mulcher incident in Jabiru, 253 kilometres southeast of Darwin.
SafeWork SA is conducting an investigation into a work-related incident where a man died after falling from a prawn trawler in Spencer Gulf, off the South Australian coast near Corny Point on Thursday night.
The workforce participation of people aged 65 and up will increase from 12.9 percent in 2014-15 to 17.3 percent in 2054-55, according to the 2015 Intergenerational Report released by the Australian Government. The country’s ageing workforce is encouraged to remain in the workforce longer to ensure the supply of workers to prevent a shortfall in …
Rate of injuries in Victorian places have reduced further. This is according to the half-yearly results released by WorkSafe Victoria.
A man has been killed in South East Queensland, about 30km south-east of Brisbane, after the excavator he was driving overturned and landed on his chest.
NT WorkSafe is taking part in the 31st Annual NT Cattlemen’s Association Industry Conference on Friday 27 March as part of ongoing support for the industry.
An independent review into the Neurotrauma Research Program reveals the benefits it can provide to Victorians with brain and spinal cord injuries. The review also found that the program has the potential to save millions of dollars in government expenditures.
One of Australia’s powerful unions says mandatory drug and alcohol testing is important in the construction industry.
A man was taken to hospital with minor injuries after falling from the upstairs window of a house while fixing flyscreens.
Majority of Mackay businesses have the right level of workers’ compensation insurance for their employees, This was revealed during a recent visit by WorkCover Queensland to more than 100 employers in Mackay. The visit was done to make sure that they are correctly covering their workers against workplace injuries.
Quad bikes are a common mode of transport across Australian farms. Every year, about 15 people are killed in quad bike related incidents in Australia.
NT WorkSafe is reminding businesses and workers to take precautions against heat illnesses as the Top End experiences very hot weather conditions.
NT WorkSafe in collaboration with the Northern Territory Seafood Council produced a new guide to assist the industry in understanding and managing their work health and safety requirements.
A rise in the number of psychological/psychiatric injury claims has been observed by WorkCover Queensland with around 4,050 new workers’ compensation claims lodged in 2013/2014 for this injury category.
A quad bike crash near Yaamba, 36km north of Rockhampton, has left a man nursing serious hand and back injuries.