Employers and tradies across regional Victoria have been urged to prioritise safety on construction sites, as the sector faces increasing demands.
Research from Charles Sturt University has investigated how the changing climate is impacting people's ability to work outdoors.
Safe Work Australia has published a fact sheet to help PCBUs within a contractual chain uphold their WHS obligations and consult with other PCBUs with whom they share a duty.
Employers and workers have been encouraged to access the Young Worker eToolkit released by SafeWork NSW, featuring information to support young worker safety.
With COVID-19 restrictions easing, New Zealand businesses have been encouraged to implement software that will protect people, mitigate risk and meet WHS obligations.
Digital risk management enables inspectors and managers to simplify the audit trail and update safety inspections in line with industry regulations.
Pickles has entered into a Corporate Charity Partnership with Healthy Heads Trucks & Sheds to improve the mental health of workers across the road transport industry.
WorkSafe Queensland has opened nominations for the Safe Work and Return to Work Awards which recognise safety initiatives implemented by workers and companies.
Construction workers will receive training about speaking up against gendered violence, as part of the Active Bystander/Gender Equity training rolled out across the ACT.
The NSW Government is seeking feedback on new demolition licensing regulations that will strengthen safety standards and provide greater clarity to industry.
Inspectors from WorkSafe Victoria and SafeWork NSW have visited construction sites across Albury and Wodonga, to raise the profile of health and safety issues.
Nominations have opened for Western Australia's Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards which recognise outstanding innovations in health and safety across all workplaces.
An app has made workplaces across New South Wales safer for all employees, by allowing workers to raise safety concerns anonymously with SafeWork NSW.
The construction industry has recorded the second highest number of serious workers' compensation claims, per a report published by Safe Work Australia.