Safe Work Australia is encouraging everyone to become a BeUpstanding Champion to encourage workplaces to stand up, sit less and move more.
Queensland launches its first-ever Sexual Violence Prevention Framework to prevent the threat or experience of sexual violence.
The Australian Government has announced that all new quad bikes must be fitted with rollover protection devices.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland is reminding PCBUs and workers to make safety a priority after a person was seriously injured when a large boat on a hardstand toppled over in July 2019.
The Electrical Licensing Committee has recently disqualified an electrical contractor from holding an electrical work licence for a period of ten years following several offences.
Safe Work Australia recognizes the importance of mentally healthy workplaces as the World Mental Health Day was observed on Thursday 10 October.
Victorian employers are being warned to protect their workers from serious injury or death when using portable ladders.
A safety warning was issued after two workers were injured when a trench collapsed at a construction site in Queensland in August 2019.
Queenslanders are being urged to drive safely after a tragic week on the state’s roads.
WorkSafe WA is warning workers and employers to guard against the effects of extreme temperatures following a forecast of above-average temperatures this summer.
Safe Work Australia reminds all workers and businesses to commit to building safe and healthy workplaces this National Safe Work Month.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has urged businesses to prioritise safety during National Safe Work Month.
A new state-wide mine safety campaign will be launched by the NSW Resources Regulator to maintain the safety record of mining in New South Wales.
Queensland Mental Health Ambassador Libby Trickett shares her personal experience with mental health issues to promote the importance of mentally healthy workplaces.
The Victorian Government quad bike safety rebate has been extended to 30 June 2020 and is now open to farmers whose main source of income is not from farming.
Following a number of incidents where high-voltage wires have been brought down by machinery this season, Ergon energy is urging cane harvester and haul-out operators to prioritise safety when working near powerlines.
This Safe Work Month, WorkCover WA is urging workplaces to discuss with staff about the health benefits of an early and safe return to work for injured workers.
This month is National Safe Work Month, and in support of this initiative, Comcare will host an event featuring workplace safety experts sharing the latest evidence and guidance on creating and maintaining healthy workplaces.
WorkSafe WA released a safety alert following a July 2019 incident where two workers were injured when a worker ‘cracked’ a ‘C’ size medical oxygen cylinder during a lifeguard training session.
A social worker of the Asbestos Disease Support Society will be in Darwin on Wednesday 9 October to discuss relevant information on asbestos.
The NSW Resources Regulator is taking its Small Mines and Quarries Health and Safety Roadshow across the state from Ballina to Broken Hill and Merimbula.