Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins has recently released new figures showing that sexual harassment continues to be a major problem in Australian workplaces.
A farm operator in New South Wales has been found guilty for failing to provide a safe work environment following the death of a contractor during a dingo chase.
A new strategy launched by the NSW Government aims to reduce serious injuries and fatalities in the transport industry.
WorkSafe ACT is investigating an incident at a high rise residential construction site in Braddon on Wednesday evening.
SafeWork NSW is investigating an incident that occurred in South Windsor where a worker was welding on top of a vat when a flash over occurred.
NT WorkSafe has accepted a proposed enforceable undertaking from A Darwin tiling company.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland released a safety alert to highlight the risks caused by exposure to respirable crystalline silica (RCS) for workers in engineered stone benchtop manufacturing, finishing and installation industries.
A man has been injured in an incident involving machinery at a sugar mill in north Queensland.
Safe Work Australia is offering between $2,000 and $20,000 to support projects that will improve occupational health and safety for workers.
WorkSafe is verifying safety inspection on over 60 Raimondi cranes as investigations into last week’s Box Hill incident continues.
An enforceable undertaking by a Darwin tiling company and its director to spend more than $34,000 on outcomes that would improve the health and safety of workers, rather than face prosecution over a 2016 workplace incident has been accepted by NT WorkSafe.
A NSW tyre and wheel fitting company has been fined $300,000 after a 49 year old worker was fatally injured when changing a wheel on an industrial vehicle.
Black Dog Institute and Target Tradies have partnered to deliver widespread mental health messages to construction workers.
Three companies have been convicted and fined $825,000 after a pedestrian was struck by a commercial recycling bin at a fast food outlet in March 2013.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety roadshows start in Kalgoorlie on 2 October.
A Coolaroo recycling centre is facing charges for allegedly removing guarding from a conveyor belt, leaving workers exposed to the risk of being crushed or entangled.
Safe Work Australia Chair, Diane Smith-Gander is encouraging all Australians to take a moment to consider safety in their workplace this October.
Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show 95 Australian workers have been killed at work since the beginning of this year.
The finalists for this year’s Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards have been announced.
Crane owners and operators are urged to conduct safety inspections following the preliminary results of WorkSafe’s investigation into the cause of the death of a construction worker in Box Hill in Victoria.