Two construction companies have been convicted and fined $62,500 after a 31-year-old worker fell three metres onto a concrete floor in 2017.
Anjali Rao and Cameron Ling have been named as this year's ambassadors for WorkSafe Victoria's Health and Safety Month.
Your state-by-state guide to the safety initiatives, events and key messages being 'championed' by WHS authorities this National Safe Work Month.
Thirty finalists have been selected for Queensland's 2019 Safe Work and Return to Work Awards for their outstanding health and safety achievements.
A residential construction site's safety procedures are under the spotlight after a small crane overturned while lifting a load from a large truck.
A coalmine has been prevented from using all vehicles after an inspection revealed multiple alleged breaches of safe light vehicle operation procedures.
In stage two of a major national study, researchers from Monash University are calling on truck drivers to participate in a survey about their health.
The CFMMEU and its former official have been fined $34K after the official "intentionally hindered and obstructed" works due to false safety concerns.
If passed, individuals could face life imprisonment, or businesses, fines up to $10 million, if reckless or negligent conduct has caused a workplace fatality.
A Canberra construction site has received a Stop Work Notice after Access Canberra found the builders had failed to get approval for the works.
A worker has died after a dozer collided with their light vehicle at the Snapper Mineral Sands Mine in August.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the death of a 56-year-old man after a brick wall collapsed on him at a Ballarat residential building site.
VR allows real-life hazards to be experienced in a virtual environment. Ken Kencevski outlines its benefits, applications and recent uptake.
A developer has been convicted and fined $180,000 after a work-experience student fell six metres and sustained serious injuries at a Canberra worksite in 2016.