Almost a quarter of Australian workers stated that their workplace caused or worsened their mental health, according to the 2021 Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report.
The construction industry has recorded the second highest number of serious workers' compensation claims, per a report published by Safe Work Australia.
Victorian employers and workers have been urged to prioritise workplace health and safety, after 65 workers died in 2020.
International research has found that human rights abuses by mining companies can negatively impact their sharemarket value, fuelled by negative media coverage.
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The United Kindom's Health and Safety Executive has revealed that 111 workers were fatally injured in 2019/20 — representing a fall of 38 deaths from the previous year.
British research by IOSH has found that shift workers who work night shifts are 25–30% more at risk of injury than those who work day shifts.
WorkSafe Victoria has put out a call to all Victorian workplaces to put health and safety first ahead of new workplace manslaughter laws in force from July.
We take a look at the Office of the Federal Safety Commission's results from a 2019 survey of WHS Accreditation Scheme building and construction companies.
Line managers are not being given sufficient support to safeguard the mental health and wellbeing of their workers, 2019 survey research suggests.
A report released last month finds that 30% of Australian construction firms are 'safety first' — the highest rank in a 3-tier WHS model.
Stress levels are at an 18-year high for working Britons, the figures show. We also compare UK fatality trends with recently released Australian data.
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.