Industry body welcomes developments on Heavy Vehicle National Law

14 February, 2022

The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed news from a meeting of infrastructure and transport ministers, regarding the development of the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

SA introduces scheme to enable recognition of interstate licences

03 February, 2022

SafeWork SA has implemented an Automatic Mutual Recognition scheme to ease the burden on workers relocating to another state or territory on a temporary basis.

OHS Essentials program to promote safety in construction

03 February, 2022

The OHS Essentials Program is a free workplace safety consultation service, delivered by independent occupational health and safety (OHS) experts.

Melbourne to host Workplace Health & Safety Show in May

01 February, 2022

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will enable industry leaders and innovators to meet face to face in Melbourne, from 25–26 May 2022.

AMW 2022 — Where technology meets innovation

20 January, 2022

Under the theme 'Where technology meets innovation', AMW 2022 will take place at the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) at Darling Harbour from 7–10 June 2022.

Inaugural Australian Manufacturing Week to be held in Sydney

18 January, 2022

Australian Manufacturing Week is gearing up to showcase the latest manufacturing technologies, processes and support services at the International Convention Centre in June.

ACCC concerned over pricing of rapid antigen tests

17 January, 2022

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has expressed significant concerns about the retail price of rapid antigen tests.

WA enacts new program to address sexual harassment in mining

14 January, 2022

Western Australia has introduced a new safety program to address the issue of workplace sexual harassment and assault in the mining industry.

Meat company fined $400K after worker crushed by stag

14 January, 2022

A meat processing company has been fined over a 2017 incident in which a stockman was killed by a stag.

CMMS software: centralising compliance in industrial transport

13 January, 2022 by Bryan Christiansen, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Limble CMMS | Supplied by: Limble CMMS

Computerised maintenance management systems software allows companies to oversee equipment and store important safety information in a centralised digital hub.

Guide released to combat modern slavery in resources, energy sectors

17 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Australian Human Rights Commission

A new guide has been published to help Australian businesses in the resources and energy sectors understand and manage their modern slavery risks.

Toolkit to help eliminate sexual harassment in minerals industry

10 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Minerals Council of Australia

An Industry Toolkit has been released to help the industry take action to eliminate workplace sexual harassment.

ABCC takes action against CFMMEU after alleged aggression

23 November, 2021

The ABCC has taken action against the CFMMEU and three of its officials for alleged conduct that includes aggressive behaviour at the Mordialloc Freeway project site in 2020.

Safer construction with BIM and WHS risk management integration

19 November, 2021 | Supplied by: Centre for Work Health and Safety

The NSW Government has conducted research to integrate WHS risk management into Building Information Modelling, to improve WHS management in construction.

Strong safety culture: its importance during the pandemic

08 November, 2021 | Supplied by: Winc Australia Pty Limited

A strong safety culture is a key goal for any organisation. During the pandemic, how can safety professionals and workplaces ensure that safety is kept front of mind?

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