A new ISO standard has been released, addressing the major safety considerations to be taken into account when designing, packaging and installing gas turbine applications.
An equipment manufacturer has been convicted and fined $140,000 in a case where a worker was killed while conducting maintenance on the company's equipment because the maintenance instructions it provided were "hopelessly inadequate".
The Victorian government has worked in harmony with the Dial Before You Dig association to produce new safety guidelines to protect workers from injury and underground assets from damage.
In a follow-up campaign to an inspection program in the manufacturing industry in 2007, safety inspectors around the country will focus on safety inspections in this sector during the months of June and July.
Integrated Transfer Solutions has been appointed Australian distributor for TODO dry breaks for safe fluid and gas transfer applications.
A WorkSafe inspection program of construction sites in the Mid-West region of WA has revealed generally good standards in occupational safety and health management.
A number of key decisions were made regarding OHS legislation and strategies at the inaugural Safe Work Australia Council meeting recently that will affect businesses and workers across the country.
Summer continues to be the most deadly season for NZ workplaces, provisional figures from the Department of Labour show.
The S1000D software product suite leverages the benefits of storing and managing all technical data and illustrations as managed objects in a common source database for re-use in maintenance, safety, integrated logistics support and training content.
Three companies have been charged over the deaths of two construction workers at a Gold Coast high-rise construction site last year.