Workplace Health and Safety Queensland have issued an incident alert after a mobile plant struck spectators at a horseracing event earlier this year.
With the 31 May deadline behind us, NSW businesses' Return to Work programs should now be compliant with the SIRA's 2017 guidelines.
The death of a floor layer in the UK has seen a supplier and flooring company fined over lack of safety precautions.
Exposure to hazardous fumes in the workplace may be the cause of illness in more than one out of 10 people, according to new research.
An individual has been successfully prosecuted for bullying a co-worker under a Category 1 Work Health and Safety (WHS) offence.
Australian stonemasons are seeking compensation after engineered stone exposed them to silica dust and left many with silicosis.
A new farm safety guide has been released by SafeWork NSW in a bid to improve agricultural workers' health and safety.
Two men became trapped under landfill during a worksite accident in Sydney yesterday, resulting in the death of one worker and serious injuries for the other.
The majority of drivers would be prepared to install apps which restrict their use of mobile phones, provided they can still talk and listen to music.
A Queensland worker who became trapped in a conveyer belt system at a recycling facility was fatally injured during the incident in March 2019.
New virtual reality CPR training has just been launched by St John Ambulance Victoria, providing students with real-life scenarios from which to learn.
A shearer operator has suffered injury while trying to release a jammed conveyor chain during an incident in Lithgow's Springvale Colliery.
An innovative firefighting helmet has been the recipient of a design award in New Zealand.
An issues paper has been released by the National Transport Commission (NTC) seeking input on the regulation of fatigue management.
New electrical contractor licence eligibility requirements have come into effect in Queensland.