Winners of Work Safety Awards WA has been announced on Friday.
SafeWork NSW will pilot a new approach the 2017 Mentor Program and invites small and large businesses across the North West to be a part of this initiative.
Western Australian sheep producer Will Browne had been working alone at his Warradarge Hill farm until recently when he increased the farm size to 10,000 hectares and his Merino flock to 10,000 ewes.
The Queensland Government has announced that Workplace inspectors will carry out checks on amusement rides as part of a month-long safety blitz, following the tragic deaths of four tourists on a rafting ride at Dreamworld on Tuesday.
Winners of this year’s NSW SafeWork Awards were recognised during a ceremony in Sydney on Thursday night.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland will host a supply chain symposium on 10 November.
A man was injured Wednesday morning when the three-tonne roller he was driving tipped over in southeast Queensland.
Essential Energy is reminding machinery operators in New South Wales to prioritise safety when working near overhead powerlines and power poles during the harvesting season.
DMP has developed a summary of top ten non-compliances identified during the inspections to help educate dangerous good sites and improve level of compliance.
A man has been killed in a workplace incident in Victoria.
Four people were killed at a popular theme park in a horrific river rapids ride malfunction.
Inspectors from WorkSafe New Zealand will visit trampoline parks across the country starting today to ensure that these businesses are meeting their obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act.
A worker has died after reportedly falling off a deck at a construction site northwest of Sydney.
The pilot of a crop-dusting plane was flown to Rockhampton Base Hospital with serious injuries after his aircraft crashed in Central Queensland.
An 86-year-old man suffered serious injuries after he fell from a ladder north of Hervey bay Monday morning.
A National Safe Work Month video message released by Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash calls for collective action to improve work health and safety and reduce the personal and economic cost of poor work health and safety.
A metal fabrication company has been fined $240,000 on appeal after a work experience student suffered partial blindness due to welding without eye protection.
In its desire to create safer workplaces, Makinex CEO and founder, Rory Kennard, set out to create solutions for problems and challenges that people in the construction industry are facing at work.
A man was airlifted to John Hunter Hospital after an incident involving a tractor in north east New South Wales Friday.
Queensland Safety Ambassador Shane Webcke will be in Gladstone for the Safe Work Month Breakfast Forum on Friday October 28 from 7am to 9am. WorkCover Queensland is urging local business leaders and work safety professionals to attend the event.
A woman who was injured at work 26 years ago lost her bid for ongoing compensation from Comcare following $42,000 worth of treatment.