A Queensland veterinarian has been found guilty of breaching workplace safety laws for putting herself and others at risk of being exposed to Hendra virus.
The 2016 National Safe Work Month has been launched today starting with a message from Safe Work Australia CEO, Michelle Baxter encouraging workers to raise awareness about work health and safety.
Twenty businesses across NSW have been selected from 125 entrants across six categories for achievements in work health and safety.
New Zealand – Hamilton City Council has been ordered to pay reparations to the family of a zookeeper who died after being attacked by a tiger while working at Hamilton Zoo in 2015.
Safe Work Australia has released a new report highlighting health and safety in the agricultural industry.
Almost 40 Queensland businesses and workers were named finalists for this year’s Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
SafeWork NSW is calling on workers, businesses and the community to submit their comments on the new approach to work health and safety in NSW.
A new report released by Safe Work Australia shows that managers, especially in small businesses require greater support, such as fact sheets and information campaigns, to help them improve their compliance to work health and safety.
Two South Australian women were presented with the Augusta Zadow Awards on Friday to help them fund projects promoting the health and safety of working women.
A construction company in Sydney has been fined $87,500 after a worker was injured from a fall incident at a construction site in Lane Cove.
There is a low level of knowledge about workplace safety responsibilities among commercial property owners and property managers. This is according to WorkSafe WA during a proactive inspection program.
Minister for Workplace Safety and Industrial Relations, Mick Gentleman made the announcement on Tuesday, appointing Mr. Greg Jones as new work safety commissioner for ACT.
The Federal Court in Brisbane handed down the penalty in Brisbane on Wednesday. The company breached the then Commonwealth Occupational Health and Safety Act 1991, which has been replaced by the Work Health and Safety Act that came into effect in 2012.
NT WorkSafe has recently established a pilot Small Business Safety Advisors (SBSAs) Program to provide one-to-one assistance for small to medium enterprises in improving their work health and safety standards.
Australian businesses encouraged to take part in the World day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day
Safe Work Australia is encouraging businesses all over Australia to take part in the World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day on Friday, 28 April.
A meat company in New Zealand has been fined $30,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $25,000 in relation to an incident that seriously injured a worker.
Comcare is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Comcare Work Health and Safety Awards.
The Industrial Court handed down a $111,000 fine plus court fees to an earth moving company for failing to comply with providing a primary duty of care and for failing to comply with their health and safety duty, thereby exposing an individual to a risk of death or serious injury or illness.
SafeWork NSW will host a free event next week in Ballina to help small businesses learn more about improving work health and safety and recovery.
Safe Work Australia is partnering with Good Design Australia to present the Safe Work Australia Award for Good Design, as part of the 2016 Good Design Awards.
NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking from a construction company which allegedly exposed its workers to asbestos.