SafeWork SA has been notified of an incident in which a full grain silo collapsed near Mallala on Wednesday, 20 June. No one was injured but an investigation into the circumstances leading to the incident has commenced.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has released a safety alert to highlight the risk of collapse of self-supporting signs, and to raise awareness of the need to properly design, maintain and inspect sign structures.
Primary school students in rural and regional Queensland are invited to enter the Queensland farm safety calendar competition before it closes on 29 June.
SafeWork NSW is warning consumers against an unlicenced asbestos removalist quoting cheap asbestos removal work, who only takes cash payments.
The 2018-19 NSW Budget includes $10 million to slash red tape for small businesses and funding to increase the State’s workplace safety regulators reach.
The coronial inquiry into the horrific theme park incident in 2016 has commenced this week.
Standards Australia warns electricians and the community of the existence of a document circulating on social media claiming to be the new edition of AS/NZS 3000:2018, Electrical Installations, also known as the Wiring Rules.
Safety inspectors through the Cross Border Construction Program come together to visit local building sites on both sides of the border to ensure the safety of workers from fall injuries.
Over 100 businesses in NSW pledged their support towards a healthy and safe workplace by ensuring the health and safety of everyone at work through SafeWork NSW’s Safety Promise Program.
NSW farmers have invested more than $20 million on quad bike safety improvements through the Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program. The NSW Quad Bike Safety Industry Action Group made the announcement on Thursday in Ballina. Since the commencement of the program, the NSW Government has issued over $1.5 million in quad bike safety rebates, resulting …
Inspectors are also reminding everyone about the need to ensure apprentices are sufficiently trained and supervised.
Safe Work Australia has recently published the national guidance on work-related psychological health and safety.
The newly appointed General Manager comes to WorkSafe New Zealand with vast experience as a high hazards regulator in the United Kingdom and will be a tremendous asset to WorkSafe.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland issued a reminder following a chemical explosion in May 2018 where two workers were seriously injured.
NSW’s Resources Regulator has recently completed a state-wide compliance blitz focusing on the mining and petroleum sectors.
WorkSafe New Zealand accepted an enforceable undertaking from a fibreboard manufacturing company following an incident in December 2016 when a worker suffered injuries after his arm was drawn into a piece of machinery.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland released a new social media campaign to raise awareness of powerline safety at work and home.
The Queensland Government will roll out a five-point safety package for bus drivers across the state. The package includes grants for driver safety barriers and will tackle violence against bus drivers.
NSW Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Mental Health Tanya Davies have announced on Thursday announced the Mentally Healthy Workplaces in NSW Strategy 2022.
SafeWork SA is investigating an incident on Tuesday, in which a fire broke out in a spray booth at a business establishment in Pooraka while workers were spraying.
A new safety campaign launched on Sunday will share the views of Victorian workers to put a spotlight on the changing nature of what it means to be safe and healthy at work.