WorkSafe is hosting the events as part of the Small Business Festival.
SafeWork NSW will be running its Mentor Program on the Far North Coast in 2018.
A new Occupational Violence Policy and Management Plan with the Australian Education Unit Act Branch has been launched by ACT Education Minister Yvette Berry.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety is reminding workers in the agriculture industry to prioritise safety when working with dangerous goods ahead of the Mingenew Midwest Expo and Newdegate Machinery Field Days.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland issues safety reminder following serious falls from height at the Gold Coast
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has recently released a reminder to all workers and employers to prevent serious falls from height following several recent incidents at the Gold Coast currently being investigated.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety has launched the first installment of the Resources Division’s new safety performance snapshots.
The new two-year action plan has been developed in consultation with the agriculture industry and aims to reduce the number of workplace injuries at farms and agricultural sites across South Australia.
Stage two of the Queensland Police Service (QPS) statewide roll out for body worn cameras (BWC) has commenced on Thursday increasing the total number of devices in use across Queensland to 5,100.
Initial studies show stressful working conditions as major risk factor for mental health problems and suicide among men. The research aims to identify the reasons and link workplaces into health services which can help.
WorkSafe Victoria inspectors will visit construction sites throughout July and August following recent incidents and injuries on scaffolding.
A manufacturer has committed over $1.5 million for safety improvements after a worker was injured at their Somersby plant in September 2014.
The farmer group is pushing the agriculture industry to double its efforts in achieving a zero fatality target on farm.
Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace have asked WorkCover Queensland and Workplace Health and Safety Queensland to conduct another Getting back advertising campaign, which was last done in 2015.
The theme of this year’s National Farm Safety Week is ‘creating a resilient, safe and healthy ag community’.
The NSW Government is calling for the introduction of a national five-star safety rating system for quad bikes to reduce farm deaths and injuries.
An additional $600,000 State Budget has been allocated to provide more support for the Safe Farming Tasmania Program over the next four years.
It’s Farm Safety Week and Safe Work Australia is reminding the agriculture industry to make farm safety a priority.
Of the nine quad bike fatalities that happened this year, more than half involved rollovers and two were children aged 2 and below.
Victorian farmers are being urged to prioritise safety after a shocking six months in which eight people have died in workplace incidents on farms across the state.
Two new electrical safety on the spot fines have been introduced on 30 June to ensure that workers are safe while working around powerlines, following 9 serious electrical safety incidents in the past 12 months.
The Asbestos Response Taskforce has released the latest demolition schedule showing that 75% of all Mr. Fluffy houses in Canberra have been demolished through the Government’s Asbestos Eradication Program.