Embracing technology trends to enhance workplace health and safety19 April, 2022
With COVID-19 restrictions easing, New Zealand businesses have been encouraged to implement software that will protect people, mitigate risk and meet WHS obligations.
Protecht.ERM risk management system12 April, 2022 | Supplied by: Protecht Group Services Pty Ltd
Protecht has launched its Marketplace, which allows rapid implementation of Protecht.ERM and provides preconfigured registers, workflows and reports for installation into Protecht.ERM.
Nominations open for Safe Work and Return to Work Awards12 April, 2022
WorkSafe Queensland has opened nominations for the Safe Work and Return to Work Awards which recognise safety initiatives implemented by workers and companies.
Partnership to improve mental health across transport industry12 April, 2022
Pickles has entered into a Corporate Charity Partnership with Healthy Heads Trucks & Sheds to improve the mental health of workers across the road transport industry.
Boosting workplace safety with digital risk management12 April, 2022 by Trishan Khan – Business Development Manager at Pervidi | Supplied by: Pervidi
Digital risk management enables inspectors and managers to simplify the audit trail and update safety inspections in line with industry regulations.
Training to address gendered violence in the construction sector07 April, 2022
Construction workers will receive training about speaking up against gendered violence, as part of the Active Bystander/Gender Equity training rolled out across the ACT.
Nominations open for Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards06 April, 2022
Nominations have opened for Western Australia's Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards which recognise outstanding innovations in health and safety across all workplaces.
App enables workers to report safety issues anonymously06 April, 2022
An app has made workplaces across New South Wales safer for all employees, by allowing workers to raise safety concerns anonymously with SafeWork NSW.
Feedback sought for demolition licensing regulations06 April, 2022
The NSW Government is seeking feedback on new demolition licensing regulations that will strengthen safety standards and provide greater clarity to industry.
Cross-border inspections boost construction site safety06 April, 2022
Inspectors from WorkSafe Victoria and SafeWork NSW have visited construction sites across Albury and Wodonga, to raise the profile of health and safety issues.
Construction sector records highs and lows in injury claims01 April, 2022
The construction industry has recorded the second highest number of serious workers' compensation claims, per a report published by Safe Work Australia.
WA amends workplace health and safety laws01 April, 2022
Western Australia's new workplace health and safety laws have come into effect, bringing together WHS for general industry, mines and petroleum operations under a single act.
ELMO Software Hybrid Work, Wellbeing modules30 March, 2022 | Supplied by: ELMO Software
ELMO Software has launched two new modules, Hybrid Work and Wellbeing, to help businesses manage the new way of working during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WA Dept of Justice fined $900,000 after worker injured in dog attack30 March, 2022
The WA Department of Justice has been fined after a worker was seriously injured in a dog attack. The fine is the highest imposed for a breach of workplace safety laws in WA.
Vic introduces legislation to protect labour hire workers25 March, 2022
Victoria has implemented new laws to better protect labour hire workers and ensure they have the same rights and protections as direct employees.