A Sydney builder has been fined $75,000 after a carpenter was seriously injured in a workplace incident in September 2015.
Ergon Energy and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) are reminding all Queenslanders to put fire safety first when putting up Christmas lights this festive season.
Electrical Safety Office Queensland is issuing a warning to everyone following two recent events where electrical shocks were ignored.
As we head towards the Christmas season, Essential Energy is reminding do-it-yourself Christmas light installers to complete some basic safety checks to minimise the risk of injury.
As Asbestos Awareness Week kicks off in NSW, SafeWork has issued a reminder to tradies to use proper safety measures at work.
With grain harvest already underway in some parts on NSW, the government is reminding farmers to prioritise safety when working with and around augers.
A new plan aimed at reducing agriculture-related fatalities has been launched by the NSW Government.
The winners of this year’s SafeWork NSW Awards have been announced, with top workplaces across the State being recognised for their outstanding commitment to health and safety.
The winners of the 2017 WorkSafe Awards were named at a gala ceremony attended by 450 people at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne on Thursday night.
Minister for Building and Construction Guy Barnett has encouraged all Tasmanian workers and employers to take part in a WorkSafe Month activity to learn new ways to be safe and healthy in their workplace.
As National Safe Work Month gets underway, SafeWork SA is urging employers and workers to raise the profile of work health and safety issues in their workplace.
The finalists for the 2017 WorkSafe Awards have been announced, with twenty-three Victorian businesses, health and safety representatives and individuals included in the list.
The Australian Drivers Association has raised the alarm over the high number of fatal truck incidents occurring on Australian roads, and is now calling on the NSW transport department to review the driver training program with a view to improving the standards of teaching.
The event runs from 12.30pm – 1.30pm at the Aged Person Rest Centre, 240 Blende Street, Broken Hill.
The Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference will be held on 19 October 2017 at the Royal International Convention Centre, Bowen Hills.
The latest edition of the Resources Safety Matters magazine has been released by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety.
Queensland mine operators will face tougher penalties for failing to keep their workers safe, under new legislation introduced to State Parliament on Thursday.
The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has welcomed a commitment from Consumer affairs Ministers from across Australia and New Zealand to take decisive action towards the instatement of a five-star safety rating for quad bikes.
Workplace inspectors from WorkSafe Victoria and SafeWork NSW are visiting construction sites in Yarrawonga – Mulwala this week as part of this year’s Cross Border Construction Program.
More than 890 primary schools across regional and rural NSW will take part in Essential Energy’s Electricity Safety Week 2017 program.
More than one thousand businesses have turned to SafeWork SA’s new educator arm for assistance in just over a year, according to figures released by the safety regulator.