A Hunter-based company has developed a program to improve the mental health and wellbeing of male workers through regular conversations and coaching.
Machinery and construction show Dig Deep is raising funds and awareness for mental health in the construction industry, with all proceeds going to Beyond Blue.
Safe Work Australia has urged stakeholders to provide feedback about high risk work licensing for cranes, to ensure it remains relevant to contemporary work practices.
The 2021 WorkSafe Awards have recognised workers, businesses, and health and safety representatives who went above and beyond to keep Victorian workplaces safe.
The Construction Manager Impairment Training course is designed to equip construction managers with the skills to support employees.
A survey has revealed that only 44% of global frontline workers received workplace health and safety training in the past year, identifying a need to reprioritise workplace safety.
A Victorian company has been charged for contravening Occupational Health and Safety Regulations at a Mildura workshop between 2018 and 2020.
Standards Australia has revealed that up to 4000 new standards will be required over the next decade to help combat a range of environmental and digital challenges.
Safe Work Australia has published guidance for persons conducting a business or undertaking, to reduce the risk of workers contracting Japanese encephalitis.
The eagerly anticipated return of the Workplace Health & Safety Show 2022 will feature industry trailblazers and game-changing newcomers.
Almost a quarter of Australian workers stated that their workplace caused or worsened their mental health, according to the 2021 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report.
Work Healthy Australia deploys on-site specialised allied healthcare professionals, to help Australian businesses prevent workplace injuries from occurring.
Employers are encouraged to consider their workforce's heart health, as part of the United Nations annual Day of Safety and Health at Work on 28 April 2022.
Full speaker programs have been announced for Be Summit, DesignBUILD, Total Facilities and Digital Construction Week, ahead of the events' launch in May.
Employers and tradies across regional Victoria have been urged to prioritise safety on construction sites, as the sector faces increasing demands.