In the wake of the death of a machine operator, about three weeks ago, at the Nifty underground copper mine; Aditya Birla has announced it has recommenced operations at the mine.
A new guide has been produced for people working on properties which contain loose fill asbestos insulation.
A new advertising campaign aimed at preventing violence against health workers has been launched in South Australia.
The Electrical Safety Office is calling on electrical contractors to remind customers not to try doing their own electrical repairs following the death of a man this month where a vacuum cleaner was found disassembled, live parts exposed.
Transport companies that carry dangerous goods without appropriate safety equipment will be forced to pay $3000 on-the-spot fines for every missing or outdated piece of equipment.
A WokSafe investigation looking into claims that workers’ safety was compromised during the period leading to Cyclone Olwyn in March this year, has found no evidence to support the allegations.
ReturnToWorkSA is now accepting applications for the appointment of South Australian return to work service providers.
The Work Safety Awards WA 2015 will be open for nomination until 3 July 2015.
A waste management company has been fined $363,000 for breaching federal work health and safety laws following a truck crash incident in the Swan Valley, Western Australia in 2011.
An underwater tradesman training exercise turned tragic when a diver drowned in south-western New South Wales on Tuesday evening.
WorkCover NSW released a safety alert following a recent incident in which workers were injured and others put at serious risk when a scaffold collapsed onto a street. In a separate incident, a scaffold collapsed into a laneway and neighbouring properties. No one was injured in the incident.
A father who lost his son in a workplace incident in 2012 will be part of a forum aimed at supporting families affected by workplace deaths.
A man was fatally injured after he was crushed by a bobcat he was working on in his backyard in Toogoolawah in Brisbane.
A crane rollover on the Stuart Highway has left three workers with serious injuries. Paramedics treated the three at the scene before taking them to a Darwin hospital for further assessment.
A 28-year-old worker was killed Last May 15, 2015 at Newcrest’s Telfer gold mine in Western Australia’s north.
The next Welcome to WorkCover WA seminar will take place on Tuesday 9 June 2015 at WorkCover WA Conference Suite at 2 Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park
After two fatalities in just a span of one week, mining companies in Western Australia caught the attention of the Parliament and were strongly advised not to be complacent on issues related to safety.
The crews from the Kingaroy Fire and Emergency Services rushed to Kingaroy Shoppingworld after a fire broke out Sunday afternoon.
A farmer believed to be in his 30s was airlifted to a hospital after he was kicked by a cow in a property near Taroom about 168 kilometres north of Roma Thursday afternoon.
Workplace health and Safety is investigating an incident where a man died at a Queensland work site, 28km south-east of Brisbane, on Friday morning.
A man lost control of his quad bike and was thrown from his vehicle causing him to suffer fatal injuries in Tasmania’s west early Friday morning.