Queensland Government representatives attended a Roundtable Industry Forum to discuss the economic impacts of coronavirus on the state.
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.
New laws by the Queensland Government could lead to mining bosses facing 20 years in jail if their criminal negligence causes the death of mine or quarry workers.
From February 2020, inspectors from SafeWork SA will carry out inspections of construction sites to ensure their compliance with safe work method statements.
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.
There are three key elements your business needs for contractor compliance. Without all of them your business could be at risk.
The Queensland DNRME has filed charges against a mining company and commenced legal proceedings against two quarry operators and a coal plant.
SafeWork SA will be conducting compliance inspections at a range of events in the lead-up to the state's event season, to ensure patron and worker safety.
SafeWork SA is performing a compliance and safety awareness campaign, to reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders in the manufacturing industry.
Labourers have the highest rate of serious claims in the latest year of workers compensation data. We explore the report findings, including 18 years of data.
WorkSafe WA has urged employers to keep children away from workplaces, particularly factories and construction sites, during the school holidays.
Alliance CG and Clark Cranes have been charged for failing to provide a safe work environment, after a 48-year-old man was killed at a building site in Box Hill.
Transport for NSW has initiated the use of rumble strips on selected roadwork sites across NSW, to keep workers and motorists safe.
A mining company has been fined $136,000 over an incident at Doyalson's Manning Colliery where a worker sustained a serious head injury.
Line managers are not being given sufficient support to safeguard the mental health and wellbeing of their workers, 2019 survey research suggests.