With the recent introduction of the AS/NZS ISO 45001:2018, a new matrix has been released to help businesses stay abreast of changes.
A metal prop has fallen from the 56th level of a Melbourne CBD construction site, prompting warnings about the dangers that falling objects pose.
A $90,000 fine has been issued to a WA Government agency, after a worker died by falling through a skylight in the roof of HBF Stadium.
Safety Wise offers free ICAM Incident Investigation resources including incident reconstruction videos and sample reports to assist with training and toolbox talks.
Favourable trends in the mining industry have been highlighted by a recent report from the NSW Resources Regulator.
A narrow precast wall has collapsed sideways during an incident at a high-rise building construction site in Queensland.
A recent review of the model WHS laws has provided 34 recommendations to enhance the current WHS framework.
The WA Court of Appeal has upheld a District Court decision finding an employer negligent in circumstances where it knew workers were using a 'short cut' rather than the system of work the employer had devised.
Two women have died after coming into contact with an electric fence on a rural property in Queensland.
The 7th Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit will be held in Melbourne from 30 October–1 November 2019.
A review has recently been conducted into infectious diseases acquired due to exposure in workplaces across the US.
With the fire to the Melbourne building Neo200 on 4 February 2019, combustible cladding has again been thrust into focus as a continuing safety risk.
A team of inspectors from the NSW Resources Regulator has assessed fatigue management practices in the state's coalmines.
A global innovation award has been won by Boral for its learning system that is designed to increase safety for workers.
The Standards Australia draft AS/NZS 5139 is now open for public comment.