The WA Police Union has called for a national inquiry into the rate of suicides involving police officers across Australia.
Queensland Government’s new initiatives have significantly improved safety for staff, patients, and their families.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland will conduct traffic management assessments between March and May 2017.
A car dealership employee has been fined $9500 plus costs of $12,052.75 over the death of a worker at the dealership more than three years ago.
Safe Work Australia publishes Decision Regulation Impact Statement on managing lead risks in the workplace
Safe Work Australia has recently published a Decision Regulation Impact Statement on Managing risks associated with lead in the workplace: blood lead removal levels and workplace exposure standard.
SafeWork NSW is urging businesses to ensure the safety of workers as temperatures.
A warehouse operator in Footscray, Victoria was fined $50,000 following an appeal by the Director of Public Prosecutions over a 2015 incident, in which a truck driver suffered injuries by a falling wool bale.
The Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) is reminding mining and petroleum operations throughout Western Australia to ensure contingency plans are in place in preparation for the cyclone for the cyclone season.
A union expressed concern over new figures released by Safe Work Australia showing that work fatality rate in WA worsened from 1.6 in 2014 to 2.6 in 2015.
Comcare will hold this year’s Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities (HSWA) Inspector Forum from 25 to 27 October.
A new website for the Virtual Seminar Series has been introduced by Safe Work Australia. The new website has been launched as the popular seminar series starts this month.
WorkSafe WA has recently issued a safety alert on chlorine gas use at aquatic centres following an incident where a person was exposed to chlorine gas in a workplace incident.
Legal proceedings against a national waste management company have commenced over a truck crash in Adelaide which killed two people.
Several incidents involving firefighting fatalities show that inadequate communication while working in fire grounds can cost the safety of emergency personnel and may contribute to the injuries and death of firefighters.
New figures released by WorkSafe Victoria shows that a record number of Victorian businesses and individuals are being prosecuted and fined for failing to keep workplaces safe.
A WA company has been fined $60,000 for exposing a worker to a hazard during an arc flash incident at Atlas Iron’s Wodgina iron ore project in Pilbara.
In New Zealand, farmers are being urged to take extra precaution when working around animals following a spike in cases of leptospirosis in Northland. They are also urged to vaccinate their livestock.
WorkSafe and VicRoads commence work on new strategy to improve road safety around construction works
The strategy aims to educate the construction industry on the importance of ensuring traffic management arrangements meet both road safety and workplace safety requirements.
The Queensland Government will invest on a Townsville-based tech firm which has developed a way of using mobile phones to make travel between job sites safer.
A man has been convicted of impersonating a SafeWork SA inspector and was fined $15,000.
A construction company based in Sydney, including its director has been given the second largest work health and safety fine in New South Wales in relation to the death of a worker at a construction site in Hurstville.