Safe Work Australia has updated its preliminary fatalities dashboard and provided the latest estimate of workers killed as a result of injuries in Australian workplaces.
The Workplace Health & Safety Show has been revamped for 2024, with a new Summit Stage and Spotlight Stage; registrations for the event are open now.
A Darwin contractor who was charged with industrial manslaughter in 2023 is due to stand trial in the Supreme Court.
A Victorian farmer has died after being struck by a shed roof that detached in strong winds; WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the incident.
A research network aimed at transforming the management of chronic musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace has been launched at the University of Birmingham.
Safe Work Australia has developed an interactive guide to help those in the construction sector understand the purpose of an SWMS, when it is required and how to use it.
NT WorkSafe has charged a commercial helicopter company and its director for allegedly breaching work health and safety laws, after a fatal helicopter crash in 2022.
A partnership between MATES in Construction and EML Group will bolster mental health support in the construction sector by adding two more field officers in NSW.
A "toxic" workplace bullying prosecution in October 2023 highlighted the importance of culture in reducing psychosocial risk.
WorkCover Queensland and PeopleIN have launched a workplace injury program that supports workers in their return to the workplace, while reducing risks for Australian employers.
Victorian employers have been reminded of the legal consequences they could face if they fail their health and safety duties, after the total fines for safety breaches hit $16 million in 2023.
The WorkSafe Awards recognise excellence in workplace health and safety and return to work.
A great deal of misinformation still surrounds the concept of psychosocial risk management, making it difficult to implement robust risk management processes.