The WorkSafe ACT Strategic Summit addressed safety at residential construction sites and WorkSafe ACT's strategic focus over the next four years.
A $500K mental health program in Queensland's Bowen Basin will strive to improve mental health outcomes for resources sector workers after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safe Work Australia has announced the theme for National Safe Work Month in October: Work Health and Safety through COVID-19.
Nominations are open for the 2020 SafeWork NSW Awards, which will now recognise businesses that have best responded to the challenges of COVID-19.
As misleading websites offer discounted white card courses, NT workers must attain their white card through an approved registered training organisation.
Following recent legislative amendments, serious Resources Safety and Health prosecutions in Queensland will be referred to the independent WHS Prosecutor.
Queensland has implemented Australia's toughest mine safety laws, and established a resources safety and health authority, to protect workers in the resources sector.
Negligent Victorian employers now face fines of up to $16 million if they fail to ensure that employees are protected from incidents that result in death.
The Victorian Building Authority has taken enforcement action against 12 unlicensed or unregistered plumbers, following inspections across the Gippsland region.
The Federal Safety Commissioner's Work Health and Safety Accreditation Scheme has achieved a notable milestone, with 500 companies now accredited.
Queensland's first sentence for industrial manslaughter has been handed down, with an auto wrecking yard fined $3 million following the death of a worker.
The NSW Parliament has increased penalty amounts for all WHS offences, and prohibited insurance and indemnity arrangements, as part of new amended NSW WHS laws.
The METS Regional Innovation Accelerator Program has been introduced in Victoria to help regionally based mining businesses fast-track safety product innovation.
British research by IOSH has found that shift workers who work night shifts are 25–30% more at risk of injury than those who work day shifts.