WorkSafe warns employers, especially construction sites and farms about the dangers of working in the wet as the state weathers another winter downpour.
A breakthrough research project focusing on the health and safety of truck drivers has won a $609,000 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant.
NSW’s Centre for Work Health and Safety to work on improving safety culture in the manufacturing industry
The Centre for Work Health and Safety has joined forces with the Griffith University Safety Science Innovation Lab to work on improving safety culture within the manufacturing industry.
SafeWork NSW is planning a blitz on licensed and single-use firework licence holders ahead of the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
A new group called the Wide Bay Area Safety Network is giving agriculture industry employers tips and advice on how their workplaces can be safer and more productive.
The NSW Government has launched the second phase of an advertising campaign, aimed at reducing quad bike related deaths and injuries.
The Tasmanian government 2019-20 Budget includes a $700,000 package of measures to improve quad bike safety.
Current and former coal mine workers are being urged to have regular health checks following an investigation into a former coal mine worker diagnosed with a mixed dust disease in 2017.
Ms Grace said the forum, organised by WorkCover Queensland, was part of an ongoing discussion about the workers’ compensation process for coal workers diagnosed with black lung.
A new guide designed to help farmers improve health and safety across their operations has been launched.
The Heavy Vehicle Safety Action Plan 2019-21 was launched by Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey on Thursday.
Farmers are being warned not to “put their lives at risk” by tangling with electricity infrastructure on their properties following three tractor-hit pole incidents in South Australia.
With the start of the flu season upon us, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland is reminding workers that having the flu vaccine each year is the best form of protection.
Queensland students are being reminded to enter the 2020 Farm Safety calendar competition before it closes on June 28.
Victorian farmers and earthmoving contractors are being warned to be safe around dams following two serious incidents in April, including a fatality.
The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is urging all farmers to prioritise quad bike safety or consider using safer farm vehicle alternatives.
The second edition of the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s ThinkSafe magazine is now available online.
Australia’s first code of practice addressing the mental health of FIFO workers in the resources and construction sectors has been launched.
With the Easter school holidays approaching, the Queensland Government is urging parents to think about safety before their kids jump onto a quad bike.
Six new WorkSafe inspector roles have been created in Western Australia to help improve workplace safety.
A joint inspection blitz by WorkSafe Victoria and SafeWork NSW will focus on keeping young workers safe and reducing potentially deadly falls at work sites in the Albury Wodonga region.