A port operator has been convicted and fined $475,000 after he threatened workers who raised safety concerns.
The ACT Government has released the interim report from the Independent Review into the Workplace Culture within ACT Public Health Services. It outlines several recommendations, with a final report due by 30 March 2019.
WorkSafe ACT has issued three Prohibition Notices on a premise for fire, electrical safety, and hygiene (mould) issues.
A man in his late 60s has died after he fell about six metres at a business in Victoria.
SafeWork SA has released a series of new videos focusing on the most common causes of injuries on farms.
A man was airlifted to hospital after a farming incident north west of Wingham.
WorkSafe New Zealand and the Victoria University of Wellington have agreed to further improve New Zealand’s health and safety at work through the establishment of the WorkSafe New Zealand Chair in Health and Safety.
The appeal of a woman who was gaoled following a worker’s death has been dropped.
If you’re in the stone benchtop fabrication, stone masonry and foundry industries or work with concrete, bricks or tiles, SafeWork NSW is inviting you to a free Manufacturing Safety Group workshop on 12 February from 09:15 am – 12:30 pm, at City Diggers Wollongong.
SafeWork NSW is warning businesses to take precautions where vehicle fuel tanks containing petrol and Autogas are stored or removed from vehicles.
Safe Work Australia has released guidance material to help small business owners or operators understand their role as officers and their responsibilities under WHS laws.
The agriculture industry workers’ compensation claim rate for 60 or more workdays has increased over the past five years, sitting above the claim rate for all Queensland industries, the findings of a new typology report show.
The man, aged in his 20s, suffered injuries to his upper body, after the animal reportedly stood on him.
A truck driver has been struck and killed by his own truck while collecting a hire rubbish skip bin at a workplace in Kiew Thursday afternoon.
Forty-three per cent of Queensland dairies have no written WHS policy in place and fifteen per cent have only a verbal policy, audits by WorkCover have found.
WorkSafe is reminding workplaces to take necessary steps to protect workers from heat stress during the summer months.
A man has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after he rode his quad bike through a glass window south west of Sydney.
WorkCover WA is hosting a one-day seminar on February 19 to provide an introduction to the workers’ compensation scheme in Western Australia.
Queensland workplaces are being encouraged to take a stronger stand on employee health, with figures showing 4 in 10 adults aren’t active enough.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after he fell from a retaining wall on New South Wales central coast.