A public consultation has been opened by Safe Work Australia to examine how model WHS laws are working in practice.
Does your employer have a sun protection policy for its outdoor workers? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
New research into how workers manage stressful situations has the potential to assist leaders with promoting a mentally healthy workplace.
An investigation is underway after a crane dropped a 32-tonne precast concrete structure to the ground in Dandenong.
Charges have been laid against a Darwin shipping company following the death of a deckhand.
A guideline to help GPs with the diagnosis and management of work-related mental health conditions is now open for public consultation.
Have you ever experienced sexual harassment at work? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
WHSQ is reminding all workplaces of the dangers of working in confined spaces following a tragic incident in January where two men died inside a tanker.
An inadequate penalty handed to a trucking company has been successfully appealed by WorkSafe WA.
It has been announced that ISO 45001 is set to be published in March.
A NZ tree removal company has been convicted and fined after a woman was hit by a falling palm tree.
A worker has been run over by the vehicle he was servicing on sloping ground.
A building company on the Gold Coast has been fined $65,000 after a worker fell and fractured his skull.
Tired workers are reminded to take care and prioritise their safety, as people begin to return to work after the Christmas break.
While statistics tend to focus on occupational injuries for the most part, there is an increasing need to hone in on illnesses and diseases arising from the workplace.