Workers are urged to “stay safe at work so you can come home to the jobs that need you the most”.
Senior executives of some of NSW’s businesses will make the pledge at the NSW Government’s Mentally Healthy Workplaces Summit.
The Queensland Government’s Be healthy, be safe, be well framework aim to help create healthier workplaces for public sector workers.
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.
Twenty-two new inspectors and investigators have been added to WorkSafe Victoria’s frontline team.
A marble and granite distributor has been convicted and fined $90,000 after a storeman was crushed under slabs of porcelains on February 8, 2016, leaving him a quadriplegic.
Minister for Employment, Senator Michaelia Cash has officially launched National Safe Work Month for this year and reminded all Australians that safe workplaces happen when all people work together and share their knowledge and experiences about what makes work safe.
Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and safety (DMIRS) Executive Director Resources Safety, Simon Ridge said the finalists have demonstrated unique solutions to problems experienced in the industry.
October is National Safe Work Month and Safe Work Australia is urging employers and workers to commit to building a safe and healthy workplace.
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s 13th annual Mines Safety Roadshow is happening in October and November and will raise awareness about mining-related safety and health issues.
Every year throughout October, Australians observe National Safe Work Month, which is a time for workers and employers to commit to building a safe and healthy workplace.
SafeWork SA’s new industry action plan will focus on initiatives to protect apprentices working on South Australian construction sites to improve health and safety within the sector.
A waste management company has been charged over the death of a female worker.
An earthmoving company has been fined $75,000 over a collapsed trench that trapped a worker resulting in serious injuries.
A breakfast seminar on the introduction and embedding of technology to enhance work health and safety was co-hosted by WorkSafe ACT, SafeWork NSW and the Safety Institute of Australia.
SafeWork NSW will be running its Mentor Program on the Far North Coast in 2018.
Two Department of Defence contractors are facing work health and safety charges following an incident in which a worker suffered serious injuries when an army vehicle that rolled forward as it was being towed.
A manufacturer has committed over $1.5 million for safety improvements after a worker was injured at their Somersby plant in September 2014.
An additional $600,000 State Budget has been allocated to provide more support for the Safe Farming Tasmania Program over the next four years.
The WA Government has announced today the development of a modernised Work Health and Safety Bill for Western Australia.
Auckland, NZ, – A fire protection consultant in Auckland was fined $60,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $194,715 after pleading guilty to one charge under the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992 following an incident, wherein a worker doing fire alarm installation work fell from a ladder and is now tetraplegic.