WorkSafe ACT said a large gas line was damaged by machinery during excavation works.
According to the report, one worker was killed and 313 workers suffered a serious lost time injury during 2016-17.
An environmental services company has been fined $200,000 following the death of a worker in 2015.
The Queensland Government-funded Workplace Essentials workshop will focus on providing farm employers and team leaders with practical information and resources to enhance workplace health and safety and people management skills.
A Darwin shipping company and one of its workers have been charged by the Northern Territory WorkSafe following the death of a deckhand last year.
The NSW Government has announced plans to work with the trucking industry to develop a truck safety.
Work Safety Commissioner Greg Jones is reminding ACT businesses to make the safety of workers their top priority in 2018.
There was a slight rise in the annual number of on‐farm injury deaths in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to research conducted by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety.
WorkSafe Victoria figures show 27 people were killed in workplace incidents in 2017 – the highest toll since 2009.
Ergon Energy is urging home “do-it-yourselfers” and gardeners doing work around their yard over summer to prioritise electrical safety.
A stock agent has been trampled to death by a cow in northern Victoria.
The latest instalment of the Resources Safety Division’s monthly safety and health snapshots is now available from the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety.
WorkSafe ACT is reminding employers to prioritise worker safety and wellbeing over meeting deadlines in the lead up to the Christmas break.
A silo manufacturing company in Rochester has been fined $30,000 after a worker’s leg was crushed by a mobile crane, leading to its amputation.
WorkSafe Victoria is urging the construction industry to do its utmost to ensure building sites are safe and secure before heading off on the Christmas break.
With the festive season upon us, miners have been reminded to make safety a priority while working in Western Australia’s mine sites.
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.