The latest workplace fatality figures released by Safe Work Australia show 16 Australian workers have been killed at work since the beginning of 2018.
According to the report, one worker was killed and 313 workers suffered a serious lost time injury during 2016-17.
A report released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare shows almost 22,000 people were hospitalised due to a farm-related injury in the five-year period from 2010–11 to 2014–15. Over three-quarters (77%) of people hospitalised as a result of farm-related injuries were males. Hospitalisations for males were higher than for females across all age …
Latest work-related fatality figures from Safe Work Australia show as at 25 January 2018, 10 Australian workers have been killed at work in 2018.
Safe Work Australia has released the latest work-related fatality figures.
There was a slight rise in the annual number of on‐farm injury deaths in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to research conducted by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety.
WorkSafe Victoria figures show 27 people were killed in workplace incidents in 2017 – the highest toll since 2009.
Safe Work Australia has released the August 2017 notifiable fatalities monthly report.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show there were a total of 175 fatal work injuries in Australia in 2017.
New data revealed that work-related death rates in NSW have not improved for more than a decade.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show as at 22 December, 173 Australian workers have been killed at work in 2017.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show the transport sector has recorded the highest number of workplace deaths in 2017, with 63 fatalities so far.
Safe Work Australia has released the notifiable fatalities July 2017 monthly report.
The number of quad bike deaths this year has already surpassed the total number of quad bike related fatalities for all of 2016
Safe Work Australia has released a new report showing detailed statistics about workers’ compensation claims.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show a total of 129 workers have been killed on the job so far this year.
The agriculture, forestry and fishing industry has the highest rate of both worker fatalities and serious workers’ compensation claims, according to a report released by Safe Work Australia.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show 120 Australian workers have been killed at work in 2017.
New safety data released by WorkSafe Victoria shows the number of people killed at work has fallen to an all time low.
Safe Work Australia has released the monthly notifiable fatality report for April 2017.
The report provides a national summary of work-related traumatic fatalities that were notifiable to Australian work health and safety jurisdictions.