A safety management and organisational change expert sets out five key problems with the way that many organisations are managing safety today.
AMMA has launched the Resources and Energy Industry Workforce Mental Health Framework, to help employers maintain mentally healthy workplaces.
In July, to assist NSW trades professionals to boost their skills during lockdown, Standards Australia provided temporary free access to a construction course.
Affirmer's web- and mobile-based learning solution provides customised learning through a range of digital technologies, such as AR, VR and animation.
Developed by OHS/WHS consultants, Safety Champion software helps businesses meet their compliance duties, with 13 modules for effective safety management.
The Hydraulink Academy has delivered a training course to boost the safety qualifications of two Queensland distributors, Hose Corp and Nebo Motors.
Fleetcoach has developed a range of driver training plans, focusing on fleet management, driver safety and wellbeing.
Safety for Life has developed 'SHERM Software', to streamline business efficiencies with a high emphasis on compliance, risk management, training and competency.
The Basic Aviation Risk Standard program, implemented by the Flight Safety Foundation, has reduced aviation accidents in the mining sector since 2012.
Federal Safety Commissioner David Denney has revised the OFSC Audit Arrangements in Victoria to reflect changes in the construction industry due to COVID-19.
As misleading websites offer discounted white card courses, NT workers must attain their white card through an approved registered training organisation.
The Victorian Building Authority has taken enforcement action against 12 unlicensed or unregistered plumbers, following inspections across the Gippsland region.
The Federal Safety Commissioner's Work Health and Safety Accreditation Scheme has achieved a notable milestone, with 500 companies now accredited.
Construction jobseekers in Western Australia are being misled by a training provider that offers 'introductory' courses at reduced prices.
As businesses reopen in South Australia, SafeWork SA will be contacting employers via phone to provide guidance and help manage the risks of COVID-19.