A SARS-CoV-2 vaccine would necessitate a reconsideration of WHS policies, such as whether employees should undergo vaccination before returning to the workplace.
Construction jobseekers in Western Australia are being misled by a training provider that offers 'introductory' courses at reduced prices.
As businesses reopen in South Australia, SafeWork SA will be contacting employers via phone to provide guidance and help manage the risks of COVID-19.
The NSW Government has released its plan to provide a safe public transport network amid COVID-19, with substantial changes to NSW public transport services.
A national matchmaking platform for manufacturers to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak has been expanded, to continue to provide solutions after the pandemic.
The Qld Government has extended the offence of industrial manslaughter to the resources sector; this could see mining executives jailed for up to 20 years.
PANDEMINEIUM, a virtual underground mine collapse exercise, was performed at NSW mines to test the effectiveness of new COVID-19 operating constraints.
The NSW Resources Regulator has published the findings of its proactive inspection program, which examined mine operator responses to risks posed by COVID-19.
The ABCC has filed Federal Circuit Court proceedings against two CFMEU officials for acting in an improper manner and ignoring safety requests.
Clarence Colliery has committed to spending over $500,000 in undertakings, following a workplace incident that left two workers with serious injuries.
A farmer has died after being thrown from an ATV as it rolled down a hill in regional Victoria, bringing the state's fatality toll up to 24 for 2020.
A baby died and another suffered serious injuries after a contractor cross-connected nitrous oxide and oxygen lines; the contractor has been fined $100,000.
A Northern Territory fuel company has been fined $140,000 following an incident that led to the death of one of its workers.
A report investigating the spread of coronavirus in NSW schools has found that the disease has limited transmissibility from students to teachers.
Anyone who deliberately coughs, sneezes or spits on Qld frontline workers will incur up to a $13,345 fine, as per a new COVID-19 Public Health Direction.