WorkSafe WA has charged four parties over the death of 17-year-old Wesley Ballantine, who fell through a roof during a construction project in 2017.
Workers and employers will soon have access to mental health experts and the latest thinking on the best ways to boost work mental health and safety through the WorkSafe WorkWell Learning Networks.
Safe Work Australia is seeking feedback on recommendations for improving the model work health and safety (WHS) laws, following an independent review in 2018.
A Linfox truck driver has earned the Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian award for his compassionate and heroic actions at a multi-vehicle crash site.
A forestry skidder operator has been severely injured after his leg was caught in the machine's cable winch. The cause of the incident is currently unknown.
Melbourne Health has been charged with breaching section 23 (1) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, in relation to a patient's death in 2013.
A man has died after being struck by a post hole digger at a farm in Raywood, bringing Victoria's total number of workplace deaths this year to 13.
A Queensland billboard company has been fined $250,000 after a worker received an electric shock from a powerline the company knew was a hazard.
Queensland poultry processor Gemfire has been fined $90,000 after a worker was run over by a forklift that had its reverse warning beepers turned off.
WorkSafe Victoria is urging construction and farm workers to take extra safety precautions as wet weather increases risk of slips, trips and falls.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland have issued an incident alert after a mobile plant struck spectators at a horseracing event earlier this year.
With the 31 May deadline behind us, NSW businesses' Return to Work programs should now be compliant with the SIRA's 2017 guidelines.
The death of a floor layer in the UK has seen a supplier and flooring company fined over lack of safety precautions.
Exposure to hazardous fumes in the workplace may be the cause of illness in more than one out of 10 people, according to new research.
An individual has been successfully prosecuted for bullying a co-worker under a Category 1 Work Health and Safety (WHS) offence.