Employers need to take a more 'proactive approach' to addressing the challenges that come with working at sea, research suggests.
An Australian Physiotherapy Association survey finds that 69% of tradies believe it is normal to be sore due to their work; 'warming up' could help.
Declining job security in coalmining is a major mine safety risk factor, according to a survey conducted by the CFMEU.
The majority of drivers would be prepared to install apps which restrict their use of mobile phones, provided they can still talk and listen to music.
A list of the top 15 safety-conscious companies has been developed using data from SafetyCulture clients.
The risk of cardiovascular death increases threefold in stressed workers with impaired sleep, according to a new study.
Workers who go to bed late have slower reaction times and this could compromise safety, according to a new international study.
Understanding the individual timing of a person's body clock could be the key to increasing alertness in shift workers, according to a new study.
Occupational safety and performance in seven out of 10 workers is negatively affected by heat stress and failure to maintain water balance.
In December, Victorian workers will be given the opportunity to celebrate the important jobs they do at home for their families.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has issued an alert following a tragic incident where a worker was fatally crushed by a prime mover.
Safe Work Australia has updated a set of work health and safety snapshots across seven different industries.
A new international study suggests men who work in stressful jobs may be at higher risk for an early death — but the same is not true for women.
There was a rise in Victorian workplace fatalities throughout 2017, with older workers and farmers over-represented in this number.
A new study has been published which ranks mortality rates by occupation in the UK over the past 30 years.