Safe Work Australia has recently released the Notifiable Fatalities Monthly Report for June 2015.
beyondblue CEO Georgie Harman will today share her expertise and experience in building mentally healthy workplaces via a seminar broadcast from the Safe Work Australia website.
Safe Work Australia officially launched Safety Month today and is encouraging everyone to participate in the activities lined up to raise awareness and focus on health and safety in the workplace.
People being bullied at work are more likely to consider suicide than those who have never experienced workplace bullying, a Norwegian study suggests.
Work health and safety regulators in each state and territory will conduct their own safety events and activities during Safe Work Month in October, many of which are free and open to the public.
Safe Work Australia will be hosting a series of free online seminars throughout October as part of the National Safe Work Month celebration.
Safe Work Australia will continue to recognise and promote work health and safety excellence at a national level through several strategies which are potentially more efficient and effective.
There is one more week left to comment on the future of explosives regulation before public comment period closes on 10 September 2015.
Safe Work Australia has published an up-to-date list of diseases and associated work-related exposures in the Deemed Diseases in Australia report.
A new handbook has been launched by Safe Work Australia to assist businesses in meeting their obligations under the work health and safety laws, reducing worker injury rates, and improving their productivity and bottom line.
The Transport Workers Union says a recent Safe Work Australia survey showing unsafe trucking practices reinforces the fact that truck drivers’ lives are being risked by breaking safety rules because of the pressure to complete work on time.
Australian businesses, industries, workers and the wider community are encouraged to share their views and comments on how explosives are regulated across the country, as well as on any issues differences in explosives legislation across Australian jurisdictions may have for them.
A study examining how aware employers, sole traders (operators of non-employing businesses) and workers are of factors influencing work health and safety in their workplaces has been released by Safe Work Australia.
Safe Work Australia has released a new report on how businesses and workers gain access to work health and safety information.
A young worker was fatally injured in a farm in Ravensthorpe, Western Australia.
Safe Work Australia will be hosting a series of free online seminars throughout October 2015 as part of the National Safe Work Month celebration. These virtual seminars will showcase the latest thinking, innovation, research and developments in work health and safety.
A recent data released by Safe Work Australia shows that ACT constructions sites are the most dangerous in Australia.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is among this year’s winner of the Work Health and Safety Reporting Award during the Australasian Reporting Awards in Melbourne on Thursday.
Emergency services were called to an incident where a driver was trapped in the wreckage of a rolled truck near Talwood on Friday afternoon.
A new report from Safe Work Australia shows that while deaths from the deadly disease continue to rise, fewer cases of mesothelioma have been diagnosed.
Safe Work Australia’s latest Construction Industry Profile reveals a reduction in the numbers and rates of injuries and fatalities in the construction industry over the last ten years or more. However, the construction industry remains a high risk industry.