Registrations are open for the Northern Territory's National Safe Work Month activities, with events available online as webinars for employers and workers alike.
We detail national initiatives, plus activities at a state and territory level, to explore the Australia-wide plan this October to promote WHS through COVID-19.
Safe Work Australia has announced the theme for National Safe Work Month in October: Work Health and Safety through COVID-19.
In response to the ban on all non-essential indoor gatherings of more than 100 people, the Workplace Health & Safety Show has been postponed to 2021.
The Disaster & Emergency Management Conference enables attendees to develop strategies and skills to improve search and rescue operations.
The Homecomings campaign launched by NT WorkSafe strives to act as a reminder for workers and businesses to prioritise workplace safety.
'Lessons we can learn from the British Corporate Manslaughter experience' will be presented by Ian Wallis at the Workplace Health & Safety Show, 27–28 May 2020.
The Workplace Health & Safety Show will be held on 27–28 May 2020, at the Melbourne Convention Centre, as a key event of #SAFETYSCAPE.
A campaign delivering free office snacks to Melb and Syd aims to boost collegiality and worker wellbeing. It delivers on 29 November, 6 and 13 December 2019.
Over the next three months, the NSW Resources Regulator will travel to deliver key information on best health and safety practices in small mines and quarries.
Business leaders are encouraged to consider the importance of creating a psychologically healthy and safe workplace this Mental Health Week.
Your state-by-state guide to the safety initiatives, events and key messages being 'championed' by WHS authorities this National Safe Work Month.
The final speakers and presentation topics have been announced for SAFETYconnect 2019, incorporating the National Safety Conference (28–29 August).
People working with silica in NSW regional centres can learn about dust control measures, health screening and air monitoring services, and best practice.
Emergency service workers will be the real winners at this Friday's Hawthorn versus Collingwood Australian Football League (AFL) match.