The NSW Deputy Premier has tabled the report into the statutory review of the WHS (Mines and Petroleum Sites) laws; the review has made 40 recommendations for improvements to the laws.
The supervisor of a house construction in WA has been fined $5000 for failing to comply with approved plans or building standards for the house.
Safe Work Australia has updated the Model WHS Regulations (Hazardous Chemicals) Amendment 2020 ahead of the two-year transition to GHS 7, commencing in January 2021.
The Victorian Government has allocated $500,000 worth of IT contract work to three local start-ups to develop technology solutions for workplace safety, transport and education.
Safe Work Australia has released a snapshot of workers compensation claims related to COVID-19 up to 31 July 2020.
The Black Dog Institute is urging workplaces to proactively support employees who need mental health support by implementing proven programs.
The Basic Aviation Risk Standard program, implemented by the Flight Safety Foundation, has reduced aviation accidents in the mining sector since 2012.
As part of Operation Safe Project, WorkSafe ACT inspectors have visited 10 residential construction sites to improve industry safety standards.
SafeWork SA has released the findings of its compliance audit focusing on Safe Work Method Statements for high-risk construction work.
The winners of the 2020 Augusta Zadow Awards will test the effectiveness of VR-based training for forklift operation and co-design safety workshops for students.
Following compliance audits for respirable crystalline silica dust exposure risks in 2019, SafeWork SA will perform a second round of audits in October 2020.
How can the use of Natural Language Generation (NLG) make it easier to generate custom WHSE reports where the data has been accurately analysed and interpreted?
The 2021 Comcare National Work Health and Safety Awards are now accepting nominations for excellence in workplace health and safety.
A new scaffolding safety blitz has been announced for NSW construction sites, after a recent safety blitz saw 800 notices issued across the state.