Following compliance audits for respirable crystalline silica dust exposure risks in 2019, SafeWork SA will perform a second round of audits in October 2020.
How can the use of Natural Language Generation (NLG) make it easier to generate custom WHSE reports where the data has been accurately analysed and interpreted?
The 2021 Comcare National Work Health and Safety Awards are now accepting nominations for excellence in workplace health and safety.
A new scaffolding safety blitz has been announced for NSW construction sites, after a recent safety blitz saw 800 notices issued across the state.
Registrations are open for the Northern Territory's National Safe Work Month activities, with events available online as webinars for employers and workers alike.
WorkSafe Tasmania has launched an online notification process to help businesses streamline the way they report workplace deaths, fatalities and incidents.
We detail national initiatives, plus activities at a state and territory level, to explore the Australia-wide plan this October to promote WHS through COVID-19.
WorkSafe WA investigators are inspecting two separate incidents that led to the deaths of two men in Emu Flats and Benger.
WorkSafe Victoria is reviewing weekly compensation payments for young workers, after an error in calculating increment dates was discovered in 2019.
Queensland's mining and resources sector has described Mine Safety Minister Anthony Lynham as a safety reformer, following news of his retirement from politics.
The Victorian Government has introduced a suite of cladding-related reforms, providing more time for home owners to pursue legal action for cladding claims.
Two companies are facing charges and over $4 million in fines, following the death of a plumber at a Perth construction site.
The Quarterly Safety Report for April to June 2020 outlines incidents and trends relating to hazard management and provides sector-specific information.