A worker was found dead in his room at a Queensland work site on Friday.
A mine worker who suffered serious burns after a truck fire at the Bowen Basin mine is recovering in hospital.
A workplace incident that left a worker nursing serious injuries to his hand has become the subject of an investigation by Work Cover.
Operations at a Central Queensland mine were halted on Friday morning after a mine worker was injured underground.
A company has been charged in relation to a 2011 workplace incident that claimed the life of a mine worker.
Two painters had to endure close to three hours of agony after they were left dangling several storeys in the air when their cherry picker developed a mechanical fault.
A worker has died after being trapped between two trucks at Kwinana in Western Australia.
Victorian Work Cover Authority is probing a workplace incident at a factory in Melbourne’s north where a man was reportedly crushed to death by a pile of boxes.
With the widespread use of quad bikes on Australian farms, many injuries associated with their use continue to be reported.
An incident where a roofer fell six metres on to concrete and died at a construction site Tuesday morning is being investigated by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.
A crane operator escaped with no injuries after his crane toppled onto a Sydney street Friday afternoon.
Paramedics were Thursday morning forced to set up an exclusion zone at a QCG CSG well about to 25km South-east of Miles after an incident.
A farmer has died after being crushed between a ute and a gatepost. The Friday incident occurred at a rural property north of Toowoomba.
Operations at the Paddington mills were last week suspended after a loader became stuck in an ore crusher.
A77-year-old Lockyer Valley farmer has died in a tractor incident as he bailed on his Gatton-Laidley Rd property on Saturday evening.
A man who was working up a tree was electrocuted by power lines in the Melbourne suburb of Highett on Thursday afternoon.
A High Court decision has highlighted the fine line of responsibility for Work Health & Safety obligations when using contractors. Poultry heavyweight, Baiada, contracted DMP Poultry to catch and cage chickens from chicken growers. The cages were loaded into steel modules which were then loaded by a forklift onto a trailer owned by Baiada …
Edith River Derailment. Picture courtesy of www.news.com.au The investigation into the derailment of a train carrying copper concentrate near Katherine in the Northern Territory on December 27, 2011 continues, with the drivers of the train being cleared by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. The report states that the ‘drivers were suitably qualified, competent and …
There was a lot to hear, see and do at the Sydney Safety Conference & Show today – as there has been each day. Some of the topics covered today included the emerging area of managing mental health issues in the workplace; managing the long-term injured employee; and several small sessions looking at safety technologies …