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Father and son injured in coalmine

23 July, 2018

Two workers were seriously injured after they were hit by falling coal in a mine.


Collapse of grain silo prompts warnings

19 July, 2018

A full grain silo is believed to have collapsed near Mallala, South Australia, in June 2018.


Partnership forged by IT industry leaders

19 July, 2018

The Information Technology Professionals Association has joined forces with WF Media's longstanding IT media channel Technology Decisions.


Supply chain safety event expands

16 July, 2018

The Australian Trucking Association will join with the Australian Logistics Council to co-host the 2018 Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit.


Program revealed for CeMAT AUSTRALIA 2018

16 July, 2018

CeMAT AUSTRALIA's Knowledge Theatre program line-up has been confirmed for 2018.


Farm Safety Week promotes no-harm farms

13 July, 2018

The latest data shows that the agriculture industry accounts for 2% of the workforce but 21% of worker fatalities.


VR mobile tour boosts safety training

13 July, 2018 | Supplied by: Beca Pty Ltd

A virtual reality mobile tour service that can provide health and safety training has been launched by Beca.


Updated safety standard for DC isolating switches

10 July, 2018

A new standard has been developed to improve safety outcomes for isolators used during renewable energy installations.


ABB F200 B Residual Current Devices (RCCBs)

05 July, 2018 | Supplied by: Control Logic Pty Ltd

ABB's F200 B Residual Current Devices (RCCBs) assist in detecting different waveforms of residual fault currents and operate when the electrical system has a high leakage current to ground.


Construction industry falls short on height safety

05 July, 2018

A SafeWork NSW safety blitz, which kicked off in November last year, has so far issued $115,000 in fines over breaches to safety laws on construction sites.


Industry safety snapshots now available

04 July, 2018

Safe Work Australia has updated a set of work health and safety snapshots across seven different industries.


Understanding the safety implications of ageing cranes

03 July, 2018

Ageing cranes can pose safety risks, with the potential for lifting gear failure that leads to injuries or death.


Faster treatment times achieved for injured workers

28 June, 2018

The time it takes for an injured worker to receive treatment has been reduced by icare's Medical Support Panel (MSP).


Road safety program comes to WA

27 June, 2018

A road safety leadership program is being run by Monash University in Western Australia for the first time.


New eligibility requirements for electrical licences

25 June, 2018

New requirements for electrical contractor licences in Queensland will come into effect from 1 July 2018.


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