Increased autonomy at work leads to happier, healthier employees, new research has found.
New pain intervention guidelines have been released by WorkCover Queensland.
The NSCA Foundation polled work health and safety professionals in the last Safe-T-Bulletin, and via the NSCA website, and received the following result for the question: Does your organisation have a dedicated health and wellbeing program?
To help businesses and experts design workplaces that encourage employee satisfaction and wellbeing, ISO has developed several International Standards addressing the issues of ergonomics in the design of work systems.
Almost 26,000 workers were injured seriously enough in Victoria during 2016 to make a claim, according to new WorkSafe data.
Multisite businesses and 'remote' workers are increasingly the norm in today's economy.
An independent reviewer has been appointed to audit work health and safety laws for the Queensland Government.
Employer policies can make it more difficult for the mothers of new babies to continue breastfeeding, despite the health benefits associated with this practice.
A landscaping and outdoor timber supplier has been fined over an incident that saw its employee lose two fingers while using an unsafe rotating blade saw.
Do you think Government is doing enough to provide effective workplace health and safety measures and policies?29 March, 2017 by
The NSCA Foundation polled work health and safety professionals in the last Safe-T-Bulletin, and via the NSCA website, and received the following result on the question: Do you think Government is doing enough to provide effective workplace health and safety measures and policies?
The World Health Organization's World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April every year and this year's theme is 'Depression: let's talk'.
It is everyone's responsibility to ensure that their workers return home the same way they left it, without injury.
A report into a fatality at the Ridgeway Mine near Cadia in 2015 has now been released.
Thank you to the 117 people who attended the NSCA Foundation Brisbane Breakfast Forum on 1 March at Park Regis North Quay.