A farming company in Victoria has been fined $450,000 after a teenager was killed in a forklift rollover.
A ceremony to mark International Workers Memorial Day was held at the Victorian Trades Hall in Carlton on Thursday morning.
A South Australian company has been fined $240,000 following a 2013 workplace incident where a worker suffered severe burns after falling into a bath of caustic soda.
For workers, sustaining a musculoskeletal injury is a common occurrence. In Queensland alone, more than 40,000 musculoskeletal injury claims were lodged across all industry sectors with an average cost of $7,059 per claim.
NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking from a supply chain provider which allegedly failed to comply with its work health and safety duties when a man suffered serious injuries after being struck by falling freight while a truck was being unloaded at the Gunbalanya service station.
A Bill contributing to increased safety for juvenile offenders, staff, and the public has been introduced by the Northern Territory Government.
The Tasmanian Government has requested WorSafe Tasmania to investigate alleged unsafe work practices at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
A construction worker was transported to a hospital after falling through an awning at Her Majesty’s Threatre in Melbourne early Wednesday morning.
WorkSafe New Zealand is urging all workers and businesses in New Zealand to be part of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work and spend time to remember people who have died at work.
Australian businesses encouraged to take part in the World day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day
Safe Work Australia is encouraging businesses all over Australia to take part in the World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day on Friday, 28 April.
A safe work method statement (SWMS) is a crucial part of any Workplace Safety Management System.
Mental Health Essentials is a hands-on, practical course that teaches you to spot the warning signs of mental illness and take appropriate action before the situation deteriorates.
A man was injured and was taken to a hospital after an angry bull headbutted his quad bike on a southwest Queensland property causing injuries to his chest.
Safety alert highlights need to manage risks in concrete pumping operations in the construction industry
A safety alert issued by WorkSafe WA reminds builders and concrete pump operators to be aware of the need to manage risks if they operate or contract the operation of a concrete pump on a construction site.
Australia’s air navigation service provider has been fined $160,000 for violating work health and safety laws over the fatal crash involving an airport firefighting truck in Darwin,
A WorkSafe inspection program looking at safety in restaurants and cafes found several areas of concern within the industry.
Recent statistics from Safe Work Australia show 41 Australian workers have been killed at work since the beginning of this year.
A worker, believed to be in his mid 40’s, was injured after figuring in a job related incident at a coal mine in Drayton.
WorkSafe WA says inspectors, who visited construction sites in the Perth CBD and surrounding suburbs east and west of the city earlier this month found a high level of compliance with workplace safety laws.
There is no doubt that employee training is essential, especially when it comes to health and safety in the workplace. Training assists organisations in creating safe work environments by identifying hazards and measures to control the hazards that pose a risk to the health and safety of workers. Failing to manage workplace hazards can result …
Fallen workers will be remembered next week as the world observes World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day.