WorkSafe Queensland conducted a webinar exploring how understanding how young workers think and their risk profiles can influence their health, safety and return to work.
A boss of a freight company says a nationally accredited training scheme is important to avoid road incidents in the country.
A Northern Territory cattle station worker has been airlifted to hospital following a quad bike crash, about 490km east-southeast of Darwin on Wednesday morning.
WorkCover NSW will be participating at the Nyngan Ag Expo this Saturday, 1 August to educate people on the importance of keeping farms safe.
Australian businesses, industries, workers and the wider community are encouraged to share their views and comments on how explosives are regulated across the country, as well as on any issues differences in explosives legislation across Australian jurisdictions may have for them.
A man has been injured in a workplace incident on Monday morning at the Pike River Mine Site.
Research shows organisations that prioritise safety are among the most profitable and that embracing a culture of safety throughout your farming operations increases productivity besides reducing fatalities and injuries.
WorkSafe inspectors will visit construction sites across Perth’s northern suburbs from Joondalup to Yanchep, in the last week of August, to check safety standards.
WorkSafe Victoria will be relocating to Geelong, with the first group of staff moving in late 2016.
A WA-based mining company has been fined $30,000 after it was sentenced in Perth Magistrates Court on Monday.
A man is recovering in hospital after being injured by a forklift in southeastern Queensland on Tuesday morning.
A fly-in-fly-out worker and a medical student are currently travelling across Australia to encourage people to speak up about depression and anxiety and to seek help.
Former WA agriculture minister Kim Chance says a fresh look is needed into the long-running case of herbicide poisoning in Kimberley.
Due to the high number of quad bike related fatalities reported across Australian farms every year, farmers are being urged to consider using side by side vehicles in place of the four wheelers.
A farmer has walked away unharmed after his crop duster crashed in north Queensland on Monday morning.
It’s a common workplace issue – the fear of pointing out a mistake committed by someone senior to us. In some cases, however, staying silent could lead to deadly outcomes.
The Black Dog Institute will conduct free workplace mental health programs to WA grain growers.
A former correctional officer says Risdon prison workers need more support due to the trauma and abuse that they experience at work.
A pilot was taken to hospital with serious head injuries after crashing his light plane at a Perth airfield on Friday afternoon.
A truck driver was injured after his vehicle figured in an incident 10 kilometres east of Nebo Monday morning.
The preliminary results of a survey of injured workers focusing on their experience with the workers compensation system.