Queensland contractors are being reminded to ensure electrical work is inspected and tested correctly.
WorkSafe New Zealand has recently announced a partnership with the FMG Young Farmer of the Year competition.
The NSW Government is partnering with the Black Dog Institute in a program to provide mental health skills training to regionally-based workers.
Safe Work Australia is evaluating the Workplace exposure standards for airborne contaminants to ensure they are based on the highest quality evidence and supported by a rigorous scientific approach.
WorkSafe inspectors will visit Victorian construction sites in the coming weeks to check falling object dangers.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland is reminding employers to supervise apprentices during flood recovery activities.
Recent vehicle rollover incidents in New Zealand prompted Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace to remind Queenslanders to heed quad bike safety warnings.
A health-related prosecution of an Ashburton animal feed producers for failing to manage the risks of dust exposure has highlighted the importance of managing work-related health risks.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s (DMIRS) has introduced a new online magazine for workplace safety and health in WA.
SafeWork NSW warns against assaults on safety inspectors following a number of recent assault incidents.
A taskforce led by WorkSafe and includes the Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) and fire services has commenced the task of removing chemicals stockpiled at eight sites in Epping and Campbellfield.
Young people starting a new job in NSW are being given access to free help and advice for workplace challenges.
The Victorian Government is urging employers to prioritise safety this year after 23 people were killed in workplace incidents in 2018. Seven of the 2018 work-related fatalities involved workers aged 25 and under.
The ACT Government has released the interim report from the Independent Review into the Workplace Culture within ACT Public Health Services. It outlines several recommendations, with a final report due by 30 March 2019.
SafeWork SA has released a series of new videos focusing on the most common causes of injuries on farms.
WorkSafe New Zealand and the Victoria University of Wellington have agreed to further improve New Zealand’s health and safety at work through the establishment of the WorkSafe New Zealand Chair in Health and Safety.
The appeal of a woman who was gaoled following a worker’s death has been dropped.
SafeWork NSW is warning businesses to take precautions where vehicle fuel tanks containing petrol and Autogas are stored or removed from vehicles.
WorkSafe is reminding workplaces to take necessary steps to protect workers from heat stress during the summer months.
Queensland workplaces are being encouraged to take a stronger stand on employee health, with figures showing 4 in 10 adults aren’t active enough.
Suicides of Australian police officers inside their workplaces prompted the Australian Federal Police to issue tighter gun rules.