A Victorian concrete company has been fined for failing to provide an injured worker with suitable employment after returning to work.
The winners of the 2009 Western Australia Work Safety Awards were announced recently.
A keynote speaker at the forthcoming Risk Management Institution of Australasia conference will discuss the significant safety risks associated with shift workers and the methodologies available to mitigate these risks.
The winners of the 2009 NSW SafeWork Awards were recently announced in Sydney.
The South Australian government has launched an education kit for teachers to introduce workplace safety to school children, to make them better prepared for safety in the workplace.
One of South Australia’s most popular music events, Big Day Out, was recognised for its attention to safety, with its organisers taking out the Best Public Event for Safety at the 2009 Safe Work Awards.
The 2009 WorkSafe Victoria safety awards have recently been announced.
A number of safety experts recently spoke at the Safety Show in Sydney to answer the wide range of questions that employers and workers had about the forthcoming national OHS laws.
The winners of the 2009 Queensland Work Safe Awards and inaugural Return to Work Awards were announced on 27 October.
The Master Painters Association in Tasmania has established a voluntary industry code that factors in OHS issues.
A personnel and recruitment company has achieved ISO 20000 accreditation in OHS management systems.
Could ‘zero harm’ be killing our people? Yes, says veteran OHS expert Phillip Byard, ahead of his 29 October address to The Safety Conference at the Sydney Showground.
The Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities recently met to review the progress of 2009 OHS campaigns and to plan new OHS campaigns for 2010.