An employee who claims he was bullied by a flatulating fellow worker has vowed to take his former employer to the High Court of Australia.
A garbage truck has crushed a man to death in Koonwarra, South Gippsland.
A $95,000 fine has been issued to a Warrnambool abattoir, after two of its workers were struck by a forklift.
Prosecution proceedings have been launched by the NSW Resources Regulator against a mine, following an alleged workplace death in April 2017.
A £1.4 million fine has been issued to a UK food processing company, after one of its workers sustained serious crush injuries.
A $100,000 fine has been issued to a man who fraudulently posed as an electrician on the Airtasker online marketplace.
Two Queensland formworkers were hospitalised due to heat stress during an incident in February 2019.
Several injuries caused by high-pressure fluid releases have recently been reported to the NSW Resources Regulator.
The first code of practice for promoting mentally healthy FIFO workplaces has been launched in WA.
A linesman who worked for Ausgrid has been killed after suffering an electrocution during routine maintenance work in Sydney.
A rise in the number of vehicle collisions at underground metalliferous mines has been reported by the NSW Resources Regulator.
Members of the public are being given an opportunity to comment on a draft guide developed for the storage and handling of non-explosive dangerous goods in WA.
Workers who go to bed late have slower reaction times and this could compromise safety, according to a new international study.
For many years, organisations have struggled with the notion of implementing and achieving a 'good safety culture'. So, what does this mean?
A recent guilty verdict and fine of a rigger has demonstrated once again that safety is not just the remit of the employer.