WorkSafe Victoria renewed its call for all workers to observe extra safety precaution at work following another fatality on Sunday.
WorkSafe’s proactive inspection program, which will look at safety issues in the road freight transport industry will commence soon.
Now in its seventh year, Go Home On Time Day is a national initiative encouraging employers and employees to raise awareness of the importance of a healthy work-life balance.
Industry experts believe businesses need to overhaul health and safety management to prevent accidents in the workplace to happen.
The Australia Institute is urging workers and businesses to participate in the Go Home on Time Day, which encourages workplace dialogue about working hours, overwork and work/life balance.
The Australian meat processing sector is gaining confidence on BladeStop with some businesses investing in the product.
Australian workers and businesses urged to make work health and safety a top priority throughout the year
National Safe Work Month 2015 have come to and end, but Safe Work Australia says giving importance to work health and safety should continue to be a top priority.
Rehabilitation and work safety innovation were highlighted during the recently held Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
Winners of the annual SafeWork NSW Awards were honoured during a ceremony in Sydney on Thursday for their dedication to reducing workplace injury rates in the state.
Winners of the 2015 WorkSafe Awards have been announced during a special ceremony at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre on Wednesday, 28 October.
Most common causes of injury during summer months include stressing, slips, trips and falls, being hit by moving objects, and stress.
Winners of the 20th WorkSafe Tasmania Awards 2015 have been recognised during a gala presentation dinner at Blundstone Arena Function Centre on Saturday, 24 October.
Last year’s winner of the Workplace Participation Reward and National Safe Work Month Ambassador, Dennis Howe proved that prioritising safety can be beneficial to businesses.
A shopping centre company has launched their Safety Week campaign on Monday, 26 October to Friday 30 October at all Westfields Centres across Queensland.
SafeWork NSW released a safety alert to remind workers of the dangers associated with cutting conduits that contain or are located near electrical circuits.
Guidance material to assist workplaces in managing the risks of diesel exhaust exposure has been released by Safe Work Australia.
A presentation by the Department of Mines and Petroleum during the DrillFest 2015 highlighted safety advancements in the drilling industry.
The visits taking place from November 16-20 are part of a campaign called Cross Border, which aims to promote construction safety in border towns along the Murray River.
Winners were recognised for their exceptional safety solutions by integrating safety as a business priority and demonstrating innovation, proven return of investment and compliance with work health and safety standards.
With the estimated total cost of work-related injury and illness to employers, workers and community at $60 billion annually, Ms Sherry said that keeping workplaces healthy and safe is a must.
WorkCover Queensland has launched WorkCover Connect, a new online service to assist Queensland businesses in effectively managing workers’ compensation.