AgForce is calling on the Queensland Government to establish a quad bike safety rebate program to help save lives and prevent accidents on farms.
Farmers in NSW are being urged to take a few minutes to think about their health and safety during national Farm Safety Week.
This week is National Farm Safety Week and Essential Energy is encouraging farm workers to access agribusiness safety resources to minimise the risk of electrical incidents on rural properties.
A new standard aimed at improving safety outcomes for isolators used in renewable energy installations has been developed.
Safe Work Australia has announced the theme for this year’s National Safe Work Month.
NT WorkSafe inspectors are visiting wholesale and retail businesses ahead of Territory Day on Sunday 1 July 2018 to ensure fireworks coming into the state comply with strict safety regulations
WorkSafe ACT has issued almost 250 improvement and prohibition notices, 23 infringement notices totalling over $80,000, enforceable undertakings of more than $700,000 during 3,854 workplace visits across Canberra in the past year.
The 2018-19 NSW Budget includes $10 million to slash red tape for small businesses and funding to increase the State’s workplace safety regulators reach.
The WA Government has established a Commission for Occupational Safety and Health Diving Working Group to make recommendations about safety measures for the occupational diving industry.
The newly appointed General Manager comes to WorkSafe New Zealand with vast experience as a high hazards regulator in the United Kingdom and will be a tremendous asset to WorkSafe.
Mr. Williams said safety inspectors visited 180 businesses in March 2018 and found significant safety breaches, leading to more than 90 notices.
The NSW Resources Regulator will conduct a statewide compliance blitz this week.
The prestigious Awards honour employers and workers who are leading the way in health and safety in Victoria.
The 2019 farm safety calendar competition has been launched.
A Western Australian company and its director have been fined a total of $327,500 in relation to serious injuries caused to a 17 year old worker in Esperance two years ago.
A meat exporter and a labour hire company have been fined a combined $105,000, after a man’s arm was injured by a factory meat processor in 2014.
The 2017 North Queensland Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference in Townsville on Friday saw a record turnout of over 300 people
A crane driver has been charged with manslaughter after a fatal workplace incident which occurred in August 2016.
The WA government has committed $2.2 million towards protective equipment for frontline health and security staff in next year’s state budget.
The NSW Government is to introduce a new road rule requiring motorists to slow down to 40km/h when passing emergency service workers and volunteers on the roadside.
The awards recognise individuals and organisations which have shown exceptional commitment to health, safety and return-to-work practices in NSW.