The Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency remembers long-time mesothelioma warrior and campaigner, Lou Williams who died battling mesothelioma.
As Australians remember the sacrifices made more than a century ago during World War I every Anzac Day, beyondblue also reminds everyone to offer support to past and current defence personnel who might be struggling with the psychological impact of war.
The WA Police Union has called for a national inquiry into the rate of suicides involving police officers across Australia.
WorkSafe ACT inspectors have recently worked with SafeWork NSW to conduct a targeted operation on construction safety on both sides on the border.
New Guidelines for medical providers to use for pain intervention billing have been released by WorkCover Queensland.
Tasmania has recently introduced the Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council’s (TMEC) Blueprint for Mental Health and Wellbeing and Liberal Member for Braddon, Joan Rylah said the Blueprint will help in addressing mental health and wellbeing in Tasmania.
As cotton harvest gets underway across NSW, Essential energy is reminding workers to remain vigilant around electrical infrastructure.
The Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) is reminding West Australians to prioritise safety when transporting dangerous goods during the Easter holidays.
WorkSafe New Zealand is reminding workplaces that are Easter egg hunting this weekend to make safety a priority.
WorkSafe Victoria urges all businesses and workers to make safety a priority to help reduce the number of workplace deaths and injuries across the state.
Essential Energy is encouraging customers to perform some do-it-yourself (DIY) safety checks prior to undertaking any home improvement projects this Easter long weekend.
Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has recently launched a safety campaign aimed at protecting Queenslanders against electric shock in their homes.
Queensland’s Employment and Industrial Relations Minister commended the “Mud Army” volunteers for assisting flood and cyclone affected communities recover from the devastation. She also reminded volunteers to stay safe while on the field.
Safe Work Australia is recognizing World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day on Friday, 28 April 2017.
Safe Work Australia has begun the mid-term review of the Australian Work Health and Safety Strategy 2012-2022, due to be completed by the end of 2017.
A safety campaign aimed at protecting Queenslanders against electrical shock in their homes has been launched.
NSW trucking operators’ peak body, Road Freight NSW is calling on trucking industry customers and agents overseas to pack all import containers so the weight of the content is evenly distributed within the container.
SafeWork NSW is fast-tracking the five-day asbestos removal work notification period for immediate clean-up of asbestos debris from storm-damaged properties in north-east NSW.
Asbestos control will now become the responsibility of the Northern Territory Government following a motion to include the issue in the Public and Environmental Health Act passed the 2017 NT ALP conference.
The Asbestos Disease Research Institute will hold the Pleural Mesothelioma Education Day on Monday, 8th May 2017 for patients, families and health professionals interested in hearing the latest on treatment, symptom management and living with dignity.
A new campaign aimed at encouraging pilots and property owners to share the responsibility for aerial safety near powerlines has been launched.