The South Australian Government has recently announced the availability of grants to fund workplace safety initiatives.
People suffering from asbestos-related diseases will benefit from a new government fund recently announced by the Minister of Jobs and Workplace Relations.
WorkCover NSW announced recently that its deficit fell dramatically in the second half of 2009.
RMIT University, located in Melbourne, has received a significant grant from the US safety regulator NIOSH to conduct research into construction-site safety.
The recently released WorkSafe Victoria financial report shows that the organisation has dramatically improved its financial position after the GFC.
A fact sheet has been released by the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner to assist recipients of Australian Government funding to implement the Australian Government Building and Construction OHS Accreditation Scheme.
Research grants are being made available to South Australians to help build knowledge of workplace health and safety.
The Environment Protection Agency has provided funding towards the establishment of several asbestos collection centres in regional Victoria.
Perth company JRB Engineering has received a $2,994,411 Commercial Ready grant to develop a system to enhance rail safety.
WorkCover NSW has announced the continuation of a three-year $15 million grants program to improve safety in the workplace.
The government has called for innovative research projects to improve workplace safety in South Australia.
New grants for workplace safety in disability sectors have been announced by the NSW government.