American stage and film actor, William Hurt recalled how he had a brush with death during a shooting mishap in February 2014.
A union has rejected an oil and gas company’s proposed new enterprise deal after twelve months of negotiations at the Gippsland sites.
We all know some jobs carry a higher risk than others. Often when we start a job, task or activity we are aware and cautious of this risk. As time goes on, many of us become comfortable, with a false sense of security of the dangers associated with the task we’re undertaking.
Queensland miners are using fake urine and prosthetic penises to beat company drug tests, police reveals.
A new information campaign has recently been launched to educate people on the importance of installing safety switches.
A construction worker at the QIC development site in the Toowoomba CBD was rushed to a hospital after he was crushed beneath construction material Friday morning.
Health Services Union Raised Health and Safety Concern Over Mandatory Uniform at Fiona Stanley Hospital
The Health Services Union or HSU raised concern over a compulsory uniform for the staff of the Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth.
A tow truck was called to help a B-Double truck after the latter came unstuck on the Araluen Rd., 8 Kilometres east of Araluen Township early Tuesday morning.
A truck loaded with mandarins rolled over at the Gympie’s southern Bruce Highway exit late Thursday night.
A 30-year-old worker has been injured at a construction site in Karratha after a 160-tonne crane collapsed on his foot.
The reportedly increasing number of workers using crystal methamphetamine prompted several unions in the country to support the mandatory drug testing.
A 15-year-old boy is admitted in a Westmead hospital in critical condition following a quad bike incident on a property, 49 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA has organised a safety skills workshop for Wollongong pilots on Tuesday at the Wests Illawarra Leagues Club.
A man has been flown to hospital with suspected abdominal injuries after being stepped on by a cow at a Queensland property on Wednesday morning.
The agriculture industry has been ranked as one of the high-risk industries in Australia due to its high number of work-related injuries and fatalities. Two years ago, the agriculture sector recorded the second highest number of fatalities (50). Last year the industry recorded 46 fatalities.
A new study was able to identify what causes suicide among Australian men and the contributing factors to suicidability.
A new safety alert has been released by Cannon Appliances regarding Cannon Fitzroy and Canterbury inbuilt gas heaters manufactured between 20 March 2001 and 8 October 2009 under AGA Approval 6118.
The very first Injured Workers Forum was held in Sydney on Thursday, and NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property, Dominic Perrottet was present to listen to injured workers as they discuss their experiences with the workers compensation system.
A total of 73 Australian workers have been killed while at work since the beginning of this year.
The Government of Western Australia’s Department of Mines and Petroleum (Resources Safety Division) has organised a free Radiation Management Information Session for Industry on Friday, 17 July 2015 at the University Club of Western Australia, Entrance #1, Hackett Drive, Crawley.
A man has lost his life in a workplace incident at a Queensland dump site. The man, aged in his sixties, was reportedly working on a front end loader when he was crushed by the machine.