Western Australians are warned against dodgy Christmas lights to ensure they are safe to use.
Safe Work Australia has recently published a Guide for managing the risk of working in the heat.
A man has been injured in a quad bike incident in the Central Highlands Region in Queensland.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show the transport sector has recorded the highest number of workplace deaths in 2017, with 63 fatalities so far.
A new app has been launched and it will provide information on how to safely transport dangerous goods in Western Australia.
A commercial cleaning company has been fined $30,000 following an incident where a worker’s hand was crushed at a meat processing facility in Cobram, Victoria.
A full investigation has been launched into asbestos management practices at several council-owned workplaces in the NSW Blue Mountains City Council following reports of alleged asbestos mismanagement.
A man in his early sixties was airlifted from a private property west of Maryborough Saturday morning after a 200 kilo empty water tank rolled on him.
A safety alert issued by SafeWork NSW reminds both electrical and non-electrical workers of the risks of electric shock when entering ceiling spaces of properties.
Presentations from the System and People finalists at the Safety and Health Resources Sector Awards cam now be accessed online.
A total of nine complaints and summonses have been issued to four people and one business for their alleged involvement in an incident which led to the death of two workers at Eagle Farm Racecourse in 2016.
The man killed in an industrial incident in western Sydney Thursday morning was trapped by a mixing blade that abruptly began moving, according to the Daily Telegraph.
New data shows there has been no significant improvement in farm-related fatality rates in NSW for more than a decade.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland released a safety alert to highlight the risk of trench collapse when a shoring box or any trench support system does not extend for the full depth of the trench.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety reminded everyone that unauthorized access to mine sites can lead to tragedy following the death of a young man while swimming in a quarry on the outskirts of Perth.
A man has been killed in an industrial incident in western Sydney Thursday morning.
Australia’s peak body representing lung health professionals has recently warned people working with dust, including those working with engineered or artificial stone products used to manufacture kitchen and bathroom benchtops, as well as dust from mining and tunneling that they may be at risk of lung disease.
A Sydney builder has been fined $75,000 after a carpenter was seriously injured in a workplace incident in September 2015.
One worker has been killed and another is fighting for his life in hospital following an industrial incident at Leitchville near Echuca.
Fire has forced the evacuation of workers from a factory in Victoria.
SafeWork NSW is reminding persons working with vehicles of the risks associated with the uncontrolled movement of vehicles.