After warning business owners and operators across South Australia to prepare for extreme weather, SafeWork SA released a few tips to help employers to ensure the safety of workers during severe weathers.
Dangerous Goods officers conducted a dangerous goods safety workshop for children in Aboriginal communities.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne say current coal dust exposure regulations are not backed by scientific evidence, following the re-emergence of black lung in Queensland.
The Awards aim to recognize outstanding contributions to workplace health and safety and return to work.
Employers are being reminded to protect workers from falls from height.
A farmer has been trampled by a horse in an incident at his property in south west Queensland.
The New England branch of the Health Services Union is urging the NSW Government to invest in injury prevention to protect paramedics.
New Zealand – A new health and safety literacy and numeracy programme has been funded by the Industry Training Federation and the Tertiary Education Commission.
Safe Work SA is calling on business owners and operators across the state to ensure loose items are secured in so they do not pose a safety hazard following a severe weather warning issued by The Bureau of Meteorology.
October is Safe Work Month and NT WorkSafe is calling on all Territorians to get involved to raise awareness of workplace safety.
A child narrowly escapes injury after an excavator crashed on its side into a unit block in Coolangatta.
The presence of powered mobile plant in workplaces presents a range of hazards that have the potential to cause harm to people or damage property.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show 125 Australians have been killed at work so far this year.
Three workers were taken to hospital after a crane collapsed on top of a north Sydney building on Sunday morning.
A new safety alert against cutting old drums has been released by SafeWork NSW.
The Mental Health Commission will provide training and support to 450 frontline workers facing methamphetamine-affected users on a daily basis.
Falls from height are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths in the construction industry.
Safe Work Australia has released a new Guide to Managing Risks of Exposure to Carcinogens in the Workplace.
A new program has been rolled out to help Victoria’s mental health workforce in providing safer environments for staff and patients.
New data gathered by WorkSafe Victoria shows that young workers are particularly vulnerable to workplace injuries.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating after a worker was burned by hot oil while working at a Ballarat food processing plant last week.