Held over two days, the Workplace Health & Safety Show — the official trade show of #SAFETYSCAPE — will be held at Sydney's ICC in May 2019.
Multiple instances of apprentices performing electrical work without supervision have been uncovered during flood recovery activity in North Queensland.
A $60,000 fine has been issued to a food retailer over seven offences it committed with regards to an injured worker.
Laws must change so companies can't avoid taking responsibility.
Generator problems last week prompted the evacuation of more than 300 workers from the WestConnex motorway tunnel.
A report detailing the differences between compensation arrangements for Australian and New Zealand workers has been published by Safe Work Australia.
The Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has alleged that CFMMEU is undermining safety on construction sites through bullying.
A new program has been developed to improve safety in the fishing industry, following the death of Ryan Donoghue on a fishing vessel in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
An inspection program aimed at redressing violence and aggression in community health care is being implemented by WorkSafe WA.
Independent, no-blame safety investigations should be considered for road crashes involving heavy vehicles, according to the Australian Trucking Association.
Focusing only on road deaths, while skating over injuries, fosters complacency around driver safety, according to the Australasian College of Road Safety.
A 19-year-old worker has been killed after he was electrocuted on the roof of a Melbourne home.
Innovation that helps to promote safety in the oil and gas industry will be on display at the AOG 2019 event in Perth.