The winners of the WA Work Safety Awards were announced by John Bowler, Minister for Employment Protection at the Safety Achievers Dinner last week.
The winners of the ACT OHS Awards were announced last night at a presentation by Industrial Relations minister Andrew Barr.
The winners of the 2006 WorkCover Safe Work Awards were announced last night as part of this yearâ€™s Safe Work Week activities.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has launched a state-wide advertising campaign to raise awareness of the dangers in workplaces.
A further 5% reduction in workers compensation premiums for NSW will enable businesses to focus more on workplace safety, according to an Australian industry representative.
The theme of the fifth conference for the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention is practical workplace solutions and it will be held in Perth from 14-15 November.
NT WorkSafe has adopted into regulation the National Standard for Construction Work [NOHSC:1016 2005].
Safe Work Australia Week is on again in 2007 and will run from 22-28 October.
The 5S system has been instrumental in improving productivity, quality and safety for Australia's manufacturers. Bob Carter from Improvement Tools explains how the new 6S system goes even further in ensuring safety gains
The Australian Safety and Compensation (ASCC) met in Hobart in April 2006 to discuss ways to prevent workplace death, injury and disease; to improve workersâ€™ compensation arrangements, and the rehabilitation and return to work of injured employees.
The South Australian-based Hardy Wine Company has taken top honours at the 2005 Safe Work Australia Awards.
A recent decision of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales serves as a timely warning to employers on generic safe work method statements
The way nail guns are used (bump firing) and the level of training may be factors to explain the number of nail gun related injuries, according to a recent study by the Royal Melbourne Hospital.