A survey conducted by Steel Blue and Beyond Blue has revealed that one in five Aussie tradespeople wouldn't tell anyone if they had depression.
An online program has been launched to teach mindfulness and a range of cognitive strategies to emergency services volunteers.
SAI360 has opened nominations to recognise outstanding women in environment health and safety, as part of a special online tribute.
Joanne Farrell has commenced as Chair of Safe Work Australia for a three-year term.
A strong safety culture is a key goal for any organisation. During the pandemic, how can safety professionals and workplaces ensure that safety is kept front of mind?
Andrew Tunstall has been appointed as the Chief Inspector of Mines, after previously serving as the Principal Inspector of Mines since 2008.
The Australian minerals industry has taken steps to support the mental health and resilience of its workforce through the launch of the MineWell app.
Research shows that a booming economy could lead to increased pressures on workers in the manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to a spike in workplace injuries.
The Black Dog Institute is urging workplaces to proactively support employees who need mental health support by implementing proven programs.
WorkSafe WA investigators are inspecting two separate incidents that led to the deaths of two men in Emu Flats and Benger.
Queensland's mining and resources sector has described Mine Safety Minister Anthony Lynham as a safety reformer, following news of his retirement from politics.
The NSW Government has unveiled pop-up COVID-19 testing clinics in Narrandera and Tarcutta, to introduce safety measures for freight workers during the pandemic.
The NSW Government has established the Family and Injured Worker Support Group to help shape NSW workplace policy and support services.
Four senior miners have joined the body that sets and maintains the standards for safety roles in Queensland's mines.
The NSW Government has released its plan to provide a safe public transport network amid COVID-19, with substantial changes to NSW public transport services.