Recommendations from South Australia's young workers are included in a recently launched strategy that aims to reduce injuries and fatalities in the workplace.
Health researchers from Massey University and the Cancer Society of New Zealand will host a forum investigating how best to protect people from cancer in the workplace.
Safe Work Australia has released a Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) on Stevedoring to support the public comment process for the draft Code of Practice: Managing Risks in Stevedoring.
As South Australian farmers toil amid an early harvest with promising yields, SafeWork SA reminds all farm workers to put safety first.
WorkCover NSW has expanded its Small Business Rebate Program to include businesses with up to 50 workers, making them eligible to apply for rebates of up to $500 towards the purchase and installation of safety improvements.
The difference between companies is sometimes stark, especially when it comes to supply chain management. There are those who acknowledge risk and work to mitigate it, and those who ignore the warning signs. And the warning signs were clearly there in regard to fire safety risk in Bangladesh, according to sustainability advisory firm Net Balance and Sedex, a not-for-profit membership organisation that works with buyers and suppliers to raise sustainability standards in global supply chains.
Excess workload has been identified as the biggest barrier to better performance in The Great New Zealand Employment Survey 2013, and one of the key reasons people are working harder is better technology such as smartphones.
Finding ways to promote better compliance within the heavy vehicle industry is important to increase safety and ensure those who break the law are not rewarded with any competitive advantage, says a review released on Friday (20 September 2013) by the National Transport Commission (NTC) for public consultation.
According to WorkSafe Victoria, more than 460 farms are now safer following its 12-month campaign by inspectors to help identify and eradicate the most common causes of injuries and fatalities in agricultural workplaces.
AccuWeather.com reports some people may think that the rubber tyres on a car help to protect a driver and occupants from a lightning strike, but this is a myth as it is what sits on top of the tyres that makes the difference.
Australia’s business sector will take a lead in improving road safety under a National Road Safety Partnership Program to be launched later this year.
A new survey shows nine out of 10 Australians think the most significant cause of obesity is too much time sitting down and not exercising.
ArchestrA Workflow Software is an advanced workflow application that allows companies to digitise manual and automated processes that include people, equipment and/or systems.
Safe Work Australia has released its first report on work-related mental stress and its associated costs based on an analysis of Australian workers’ compensation claims data from 2008-09 to 2010-11. The report includes comparisons of rates of mental stress claims across industry sectors and occupations for male and female workers but does not distinguish between public and private sector workers.
Office workers, truck drivers and couch potatoes beware: a University of Western Sydney study has found that men who spend more than four hours of each day sitting down are more likely to experience chronic disease such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.