A recent European workplace health and safety survey shows that there are many concerns over work-related stress, but few companies are in a position to deal with it.
A recent ISO technical report claims that lifts may be viable escape options, contrary to conventional thinking to avoid lifts in such circumstances.
‘Human error’ is often associated with workplace accidents. But is that really the cause or is it more a case of ‘human action’?
WorkSafe Victoria recently launched a new campaign to reduce the number of domestic construction site injuries.
A recent safety survey reveals that risk management and reporting are considered the top issues facing Australian OHS managers for 2010.
Commenting on a study of human vibration, Noise and Vibration Measurement Systems warns of the serious occupational dangers of vibrations in the workplace.
A call has been issued by the European Chemicals Agency for eight chemicals, that are commonly used in industrial applications and processes, to be classified as hazardous.
The salaries of Australia’s top safety executives fell by an average $59,000 during the last 12 months, a recent survey reveals.
Chronobiology International has published a 14-year study that shows nightshift workers are at a significantly increased risk of impaired glucose metabolism.
Could ‘zero harm’ be killing our people? Yes, says veteran OHS expert Phillip Byard, ahead of his 29 October address to The Safety Conference at the Sydney Showground.
The draft model OHS legislation has been released by Safe Work Australia for public consultation, along with draft model regulations.
The building and costruction industry is being encouraged to provide feedback on OHS matters to the Federal Safety Commissioner.
The inaugural NOPSA OHS performance report highlights a number of safety concerns for the Australian offshore petroleum industry.
Determined to lead a more transparent WorkSafe Victoria, Executive Director John Merritt promises to bare all in his March 21 keynote address to delegates at the Safety in Action Conference.
Fire safety engineering has helped to create a masterpiece in urban re-generation in the newly opened building known as 'The Refinery' at Cutters Landing in Brisbane.