A new $3.2 million campaign which aims to make NSW the safest state to work in Australia has been launched.
A significant number of apprentices in the ACT are getting injured, with some even lodging compensation claims.
A man was airlifted to a Sydney hospital after a farm incident in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales.
The Queensland Government held a safety roundtable in Cairns on Wednesday, following a series of tragic events on the reef.
The implementation of the recommendations made in the Auditor-General’s Performance Audit of WorkSafe ACT’s administrative processes of Mr. Fluffy demolition is progressing well according to the Minister for Workplace Safety and Industrial Relations Rachel Stephen-Smith.
A painter who was seriously injured on Sunday after he fell four metres at a construction site at Merricks North on the Mornington Peninsula has died in hospital from his injuries.
The 36-year-old man who was seriously injured while attempting to put out a fire at Coonabarabran Road, Caroona, on Thursday (16 February) has succumbed to his injuries.
A bakery in Altona North has been fined $40,000 after a worker lost three fingertips in a workplace incident in December 2015.
A farmer was treated by ambulance paramedics for severe burns to his back and abdomen after the auger he was using to load grain from a truck into a silo came into contact with powerlines.
A man suffered multiple injuries Tuesday afternoon after two hay bales fell on him.
A man has died after being electrocuted in the roof of a house in Sydney’s south.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has launched an investigation after a man was seriously injured while working at an abattoir in the North Burnett Region.
A man was airlifted to hospital with pelvic injuries after he was crushed by a bull.
Auckland – A nail salon has been prosecuted for disregarding health and safety by using a banned substance.
An earthworks business in Bathurst has been fined $90,000 for failing to comply with safety standards that led to the injury of two workers in January 2015.
Following the release of its psychosocial harm audit tool and guide early last year, the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) conducted an audit of more than 140 companies, reviewing management systems, resourcing, consultation and the preventative measures put in place to protect staff’s mental health and wellbeing.
A 55-year-old man was airlifted to hospital Sunday afternoon after a quad bike crash in sand dunes near West Sandy Point.
An employee has been fined $11,000 plus $1745 in costs over the death of another worker at a hay baling workplace at Narrogin in 2013.
Two men died while another suffered critical head injuries in three separate incidents during the weekend.
A dairy company a transport company and its employee have been fined for not carrying dangerous goods transport documentation.
The RAC rescue helicopter was sent to Myalup at about 10.am on Friday, after a man in his 60s suffered leg injuries in a farming incident.