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.
The Palaszczuk government has fast-tracked 60 Queensland Ambulance Services officers, to help healthcare workers fight COVID-19.
The Minerals Council of Australia has revealed that the minerals sector is working to ensure worker safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To minimise face-to-face interaction amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, SafeWork SA has temporarily closed its Customer Service Front Counters.
Two workers have died in separate incidents over the Labour Day long weekend in Victoria; WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the deaths.
A 69-year-old painter has died after falling through a carport roof in Victoria. WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the incident.
A man has died in an industrial yard in Ballarat; this brings the number of workplace deaths in 2020 to five, which is two more than this time last year.
WorkSafe WA has urged employers to keep children away from workplaces, particularly factories and construction sites, during the school holidays.
Queenslanders, help keep your workmates safe by sharing your farm safety tips to Twitter via #safefarmqld.