The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner has introduced temporary changes in audit processes for the Work Health and Safety Accreditation Scheme.
With the number of COVID-19 cases rising in Australia, WorkCover Queensland has advised employers and workers to manage work health and safety risks.
Safe365 has announced that its smartphone app will be freely available for the next six months to small and medium-sized enterprises on their Starter Plans.
The Minerals Council of Australia has revealed that the minerals sector is working to ensure worker safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To minimise face-to-face interaction amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, SafeWork SA has temporarily closed its Customer Service Front Counters.
SafeWork NSW has issued advice for persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs) on managing the coronavirus outbreak in their workplace.
The building and construction and trucking industries have welcomed the Australian Government's second coronavirus stimulus package, announced on 22 March.
WorkSafe Victoria has recorded an after tax loss of $650m for the six months to December 2019; a $275m improvement since December 2018.
In response to the ban on all non-essential indoor gatherings of more than 100 people, the Workplace Health & Safety Show has been postponed to 2021.
Focusing on the potential of an incident rather than the outcome provides fertile ground to improve safety, but it requires changes in how we engage, investigate, learn and measure.
The Disaster & Emergency Management Conference enables attendees to develop strategies and skills to improve search and rescue operations.
The Homecomings campaign launched by NT WorkSafe strives to act as a reminder for workers and businesses to prioritise workplace safety.
In light of the coronavirus outbreak, employees and employers must be aware of their entitlements and obligations, as per workplace health and safety laws.
Two workers have died in separate incidents over the Labour Day long weekend in Victoria; WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the deaths.
Research-based engineering design methods help make the Western Australian underground mining sector safer, more cost-effective and more productive.