Members of the public are being given an opportunity to comment on a draft guide developed for the storage and handling of non-explosive dangerous goods in WA.
Public transport operators should have a responsibility to ensure wheelchair-bound passengers are safely secured, according to a Victorian Coroner.
For many years, organisations have struggled with the notion of implementing and achieving a 'good safety culture'. So, what does this mean?
A recent guilty verdict and fine of a rigger has demonstrated once again that safety is not just the remit of the employer.
Two construction companies have had charges laid against them after a worker fell three metres from a roof of a Darwin primary school.
A construction site safety blitz is taking place on the border of NSW and Victoria, targeting falls among young workers.
The first independent Work Health and Safety Prosecutor has just been appointed in Queensland.
An independent panel of experts will develop an international standard for tailings facilities, according to the International Council on Mining and Metals.
A $150,000 fine has been issued to a Ballarat-based swimming school, after a student became a quadriplegic during a diving incident.
A new chemical site at Campbellfield is currently under investigation by government agencies.
Understanding the individual timing of a person's body clock could be the key to increasing alertness in shift workers, according to a new study.
A $100,000 fine has been issued to a logistics company after a worker was injured by a forklift.
In an effort to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace, a diverse range of organisations has banded together to call for a range of reforms.
With the recent introduction of the AS/NZS ISO 45001:2018, a new matrix has been released to help businesses stay abreast of changes.