The next Welcome to WorkCover WA seminar will be held on Tuesday 27 June 2017 at WorkCover WA.
New laws proposed to parliament by the Palaszczuk Government will enable the state’s building regulator to take action where there is a threat to the safety of workers on construction sites.
Coal mine workers will be assessed by specially registered medical professionals by the end of 2017 in the latest black lung disease reforms.
The Department of Mines and Petroleum has a new vision for a safe and healthy resources industry covering all legislation administered by the Resources Safety Division.
A 65-year-old man has died following a workplace incident at a construction site in Sydney’s northwest.
The Supreme Court quad bike proceeding has been dismissed just prior to a trial that was listed to begin on Monday.
SafeWork NSW is now accepting entries for the 2017 SafeWork Awards.
Labels are not needed when hazardous chemicals require a bulk storage placard.
Essential Energy is reminding customers to make electrical safety a priority during the cooler weather.
A 53 year-old man has died in hospital after falling 4.3 metres from a ladder at a construction site in Maidstone on Friday morning.
Environment Protection Authority and WorkSafe Victoria have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to further strengthen collaboration between the two regulators.
Forum focuses on the influence of human and organizational factors on safety in the resources sector
Two forums held by the Department of Mines and Petroleum will focus on the influence and organizational factors on safety in the resources industry.
WorkSafe’s new safety blitz targets poor safety around mobile plant as part of a new campaign to reduce fatalities and injuries on construction sites.
A man has been airlifted to hospital following a tractor rollover west of Chinchilla.
A campaign urging businesses to make a Safety Promise to help improve the health and safety of their workers has been launched by NSW Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean.
A horticultural company and its director have been fined for negligence for work health and safety that left a worker a tetraplegic.
A new survey of train commuters in Sydney has found that most want their bosses to provide them with health checks and programs to get them more active during the day.
Following an interim recommendation from the Best Practice Review of Workplace Health and Safety, the Queensland Government will introduce the new offence of “negligence causing death”.
SA Power Networks have urged farmers to make safety a priority when working near overhead power lines following a series of incidents involving machinery bringing down power lines in the past week.
Safe Work NSW is investigating after a man, aged in his 50s, died in a workplace incident at Ingleburn.