Safe Work Australia has released a new guide for working with silica and silica-containing products.
A company in New Zealand was fined $150,000 at the Auckland District Court after a botched demolition job in a residential area left a person trapped in her property and workers at risk of exposure to asbestos.
New research by the University of South Australia shows eating a snack just after midnight might the key to working overnight.
The National Farmers’ Federation has welcomed the Senate’s support for Greens Agriculture spokesperson Janet Rice’s motion to implore the Government to act now on quad bike safety.
Work health and safety professionals and business leaders are invited to attend Safe Work Month Breakfast Forums held throughout Queensland in October.
A man has been injured after falling three metres at a Sydney worksite Thursday morning.
A 30-year-old man has been crushed to death in an industrial incident in Sydney’s west.
A Canberra developer has been fined $180,000 over a 2016 incident in which a young worker fell off a ladder and broke his neck at the worksite.
A suicide prevention group spreads awareness on Thursday as R U OK? Day was observed throughout Australia.
A management company has been fined $45,000 for misuse of substation after two men died while two were severely injured in a 2015 explosion at a shopping centre in Morley, Western Australia.
The Western Australian government is seeking feedback on the proposed Work Health and Safety regulations.
Emergency services were called to Maroochydore after a fire broke out in the kitchen of a workplace.
A Canberra developer has been fined $180,000 by the ACT Industrial Court following an incident in which a school boy fell from a ladder and broke his neck on a worksite in 2016.
A new report sponsored by Comcare identified the top 10 factors that are key to creating mentally healthy workplaces in the Australian Public Service.
A 56-year-old man was fatally injured after a brick wall collapsed on him at a residential building site at Ballarat on Wednesday.
The latest workplace fatality figures from Safe Work Australia show 101 Australians workers have been killed at work since the beginning of this year.
A number of defective breathing apparatus have been identified at a South Coast coal mine, according to the NSW Resources Regulator.
Life-saving equipment has been fitted to almost 1000 firefighting vehicles as part of the crew cab protection program in Western Australia.
A company in New Zealand was sentenced after an unsupervised worker was hit by a felled tree and knocked unconscious.
Almost 50,000 mine and quarry workers in Queensland have participated in safety reset sessions.