An Industry Toolkit has been released to help the industry take action to eliminate workplace sexual harassment.
The ABCC has taken action against the CFMMEU and three of its officials for alleged conduct that includes aggressive behaviour at the Mordialloc Freeway project site in 2020.
The NSW Government has conducted research to integrate WHS risk management into Building Information Modelling, to improve WHS management in construction.
A strong safety culture is a key goal for any organisation. During the pandemic, how can safety professionals and workplaces ensure that safety is kept front of mind?
Integrating technology and automation into your safety management procedures can streamline essential compliance requirements and support employee return to work.
Comcare has announced that it will convene a two-day virtual forum on the prevention, regulation and management of workplace sexual harassment.
Bootu Creek mine operator OM (Manganese) and its chief operating officer are facing 38 charges for reckless conduct after the death of a mine superintendent in 2019.
Information about Western Australia's new Work Health and Safety Act has been published online, to help people understand their health and safety duties.
Mandating women's amenities in worksites across Australia could help bridge the gender gap in male-dominated industries, according to a report from the ETU.
The NSW Resources Regulator has published updated information for mine operators, regarding the current COVID-19 outbreak and the enactment of COVID-19 protocols.
Vanguard Wireless and HammerTech have integrated their digital platforms to help customers implement best practice safety measures on construction sites.
AMMA has launched the Resources and Energy Industry Workforce Mental Health Framework, to help employers maintain mentally healthy workplaces.
Following the implementation of the Labour Hire Licence Scheme in May 2021, WorkSafe ACT has received 100 applications from labour hire providers.
In July, to assist NSW trades professionals to boost their skills during lockdown, Standards Australia provided temporary free access to a construction course.