Commercial kitchens should be cooking with gas connected to fixed mains or industrial cylinders, which must be stored and handled in accordance with dangerous good laws
EnergySafety has recently issued a public warning on the dangers of Salzer brand switches used in some solar systems installed in Western Australia since August 2016.
Emergency services were called to a farm in Jerrawa after a man was injured in an incident involving a farm vehicle on Friday afternoon.
A man has been taken to hospital after rolling his quad bike in central Queensland.
EnergySafety has recently issued a reminder of the importance of understanding the hazards in roof spaces and how these can be avoided.
An incident this month in which a young man was killed while operating a boom elevating work platform (EWP) on a construction site prompted Workplace Health and Safety Queensland to issue a safety reminder.
WorkSafe warns that it is illegal for anyone apart from licensed pyrotechnicians to be in possession of fireworks or to use them in Victoria.
A new online kit has been released to help workplaces prevent slips and trips and meet their responsibilities under workplace safety legislation.
A woman has been injured in an incident at a business place in Toowoomba.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show as at 22 December, 173 Australian workers have been killed at work in 2017.
WorkSafe ACT is reminding employers to prioritise worker safety and wellbeing over meeting deadlines in the lead up to the Christmas break.
The 2017 Comparison of workers’ compensation arrangements in Australia and New Zealand report has been released.
A silo manufacturing company in Rochester has been fined $30,000 after a worker’s leg was crushed by a mobile crane, leading to its amputation.
The NSW Government is reminding local businesses to prioritise the safety of young workers in the lead-up to Christmas.
A Gold Coast builder was fined $65,000 over an incident in which a carpenter was injured after he fell three metres through a staircase well in July 2015.
WorkSafe Victoria is urging the construction industry to do its utmost to ensure building sites are safe and secure before heading off on the Christmas break.
The New South Wales Government is urging farmers and their families to make safety a priority this festive season.
With the festive season upon us, miners have been reminded to make safety a priority while working in Western Australia’s mine sites.
A new code of Practice for managing risks in stevedoring can now be downloaded.
Five entrants presented their learnings on improving environmental outcomes of their resources projects in Western Australia during this year’s Awards for Excellence seminars in October.
WorkSafe Victoria safety inspectors will continue to inspect rides over the summer to ensure safety as the carnival season nears.