The 2017 SafeWork Awards recognise both businesses and individuals who have improved safety and injury management within their workplace.
SafeWork SA used International Women's Day to launch its new initiative designed to improve women's health and safety at work.
The 2016 Workplace Participation Reward winner for National Safe Work Month is the Bedford Group.
Dow Chemical Australia has been named the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for Gender Equality.
Fed Square has developed an online OH&S Warden Training module to assist with emergency management and associated training for all stakeholders.
MetOcean Solutions has been recognised by NZ Defence for its SurfZoneView software, which is designed to assist defence personnel in making amphibious landings by modelling and visualising surf conditions.
Hanson and Boral Construction Materials and Cement have been recognised for their innovative solutions at the 2016 CCAA Environment, Health and Safety Awards.
A camera mounted in hazard areas to detect oil mist in ship engine rooms has seen Fike win the 2016 SAFETY4SEA Initiative Award at a forum in Greece.
The winners of the NSCA Foundation/GIO Workers Compensation 24th Annual National Safety Awards of Excellence have been announced.
The winners of the Victorian 2016 WorkSafe Awards include a ramp with self-closing doors, a robotics system for cutting large carcasses and a comprehensive return to work program for disadvantaged employees.
There are 28 finalists for the 2016 WorkSafe Awards, with innovations including a body sling for deceased obese patients, a safe toilet and a motorised ramp with self-closing doors.
DHL Supply Chain's onboard vehicle monitoring and safe driver reward program initiatives have seen it named the winner of the 2016 AFMA Fleet Safety Award.
The first Soft Tissue Centre Gold Star Award for employee health and wellness has been won by Campbell's Soup Australia, for its zero lost time injuries over a period of three years.
The Australasian College of Road Safety 2016 College Fellowship award was presented during a gala dinner in the Great Hall of Parliament House.
The winners of the 2016 NSW Minerals Council Health, Safety, Environment and Community Conference Award have been acknowledged for their excellence in the areas of workers' health, mine safety, environmental sustainability and community engagement.