The Victorian Farmers Federation is urging farmers to take extreme care when using quad bikes, install an operator protection device and consider alternative, safer farm vehicles.
WorkSafe WA will conduct a proactive inspection program to look at safety standards and issues in commercial kitchens.
WorkSafe WA has developed a checklist to highlight safety issues for workers in schools.
WorkSafe reminds all employers to make sure machinery at work is safe to use to protect workers from injuries.
The factsheet outlines the national and state laws protecting mature workers from discrimination and uphold their right to seek flexible work arrangements. It also addresses the way workplace health and safety laws can be uniquely relevant to older Australian workers.
$5 million has been allocated across the WA health system to help stop violence and aggression in hospitals.
The latest advertisement in the in the ‘Your Speed is Our Safety- Slow Down for Road Workers’ series has been launched in Hobart.
WorkSafe New Zealand has completed a crucial part of the investigation into the Northwood gas explosion, assuring residents in the area that they can continue using reticulated gas safely.
Victorian employers are being warned to properly secure their worksites ahead of the extreme winds expected across the state.
The NSW Resources Regulator has accepted a $1,090, 750 Enforceable Undertaking from Mt Arthur Coal Pty Limited from a mining company following a serious safety incident at its site near Muswellbrook in August 2017.
Farm company director convicted for directing a worker to lie during a work health and safety investigation
A farm company director from Southland in New Zealand was convicted for perverting the course of justice during a WorkSafe investigation.
A campaign kit for the 2019 National Safe Work Month campaign is now available.
NT WorkSafe has accepted the enforceable undertaking proposed by a major supermarket following the 2016 death of a Maningrida man who was hit by a prime mover in a shopping centre loading dock.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland issued a safety warning following an incident in which a farm worker was fatally injured in July 2019 when a bale of hay weighing about 720kg fell onto him.
WorkSafe New Zealand this week has rolled out the sequel of its Safe Guy campaign, encouraging workers to speak up to improve health and safety in the workplace.
A quad-bike roll-bar would have saved the life of a 69-year-old farmer, according to findings released by the Victorian Coroner.
Fire and Rescue NSW will continue its Safety Visits program to promote fire safety in 60,000 homes across NSW.
A specialised Fire & Rescue crew attended to a site on Sunday where a suspected asbestos material was dumped.
The Victorian Government has now appointed a new Chief Executive Officer for Cladding Safety Victoria.
Inhaling RCS can lead to silicosis, an incurable lung disease that can lead to disability and death.
The Victorian government is urging employers to ensure the safety of young workers following a spate of workplace injury claims for 15-24 years olds.