A campaign delivering free office snacks to Melb and Syd aims to boost collegiality and worker wellbeing. It delivers on 29 November, 6 and 13 December 2019.
A construction company has been fined $650K after its failure to maintain a safe working environment or provide instruction led a worker to fall to his death.
An electrical services company and its director have been charged after failures in the workplace resulted in the death of a fourth-year apprentice electrician.
SafeWork SA's first annual activity report has been tabled in parliament following a recommendation from SA ICAC's evaluation last year.
A worker has died at Bulga Open Cut mine after being found unconscious and unresponsive in the cabin of the rubber-tyred dozer he was operating.
A building company has been charged with failing to apply mesh to holes or openings in floors after a labour hire backpacker fell 13 floors to her death.
Queenslanders, help keep your workmates safe by sharing your farm safety tips to Twitter via #safefarmqld.
Employers need to take a more 'proactive approach' to addressing the challenges that come with working at sea, research suggests.
A new standard designed to ensure battery systems' safety, consistency and reliability has been released in a bid to help fill industry knowledge gaps.
Thuddungra Mine has ceased processing operations after receiving 13 prohibition notices for unsafe conveyor, screening, cyclone and bin structures.
A knifeless conveyor belt splicing technique and hot water system hoist were among the winners at this year's WorkSafe Awards.
A building company has been fined $110,000 and ordered to pay $1097.95 in costs after a worker fell and was impaled on a steel bar while constructing a house.
A Queensland homebuilder has been fined $77,200 after failing to control fall from height risks at two worksites.
A man has died after falling six metres — likely from a ladder — while working on an air-conditioning system at a civic centre.
An unlicensed labour hire company has been fined $75,000 for supplying workers to another business, in breach of the Labour Hire Licensing Act.