WorkSafe Victoria is urging construction and farm workers to take extra safety precautions as wet weather increases risk of slips, trips and falls.
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.
A new farm safety guide has been released by SafeWork NSW in a bid to improve agricultural workers' health and safety.
A recent guilty verdict and fine of a rigger has demonstrated once again that safety is not just the remit of the employer.
Drone technology has been developed to enable the safe inspection of inaccessible areas of underground mines, while improving the data collection.
Meercat RiskView Enterprise is cloud-based risk and control assurance software.
An audit is being carried out by the Fair Work Ombudsman on 1000 businesses across Australia.
When New Zealand nurse Hannah Milward was personally confronted with a dangerous situation in the middle of the jungle, she set a plan in place to improve personal safety for all remote workers.
The Konecranes compliance gap analysis service provides a qualified trained inspector to thoroughly evaluate and identify potential gaps in regulatory compliance in crane operations.
Are you bogged down with paperwork while trying to manage your WHS compliance?
Managing risk and compliance is an essential part of any business, but it requires the effective management of documents.
Compliance issues such as mismanagement of fatigue, unpaid training and extensive overtime hours can affect the wellbeing of employees and can even have flow-on impacts on customers. This Q&A with Peter Harte, Managing Director, Kronos ANZ SEA, discusses the importance of workplace compliance.
As part of Sydney Water's commitment to improve safety across all sites, more than a thousand Sydney Water staff literally 'Stopped for Safety' as part of National Safe Work Month.
Safe Work Australia will oversee an evaluation of more than 600 chemicals to minimise the risk of adverse health effects on workers.