'Lessons we can learn from the British Corporate Manslaughter experience' will be presented by Ian Wallis at the Workplace Health & Safety Show, 27–28 May 2020.
A specalist in assessment and benchmarking of adhesives and composites for high-tech industries outlines some safety-relevant findings from a recent study.
The Qld Government promotes its "world class" safety laws as the Coroners Court findings into the 2016 deaths of four at Dreamworld are released.
The NSW Government has established a new strategy to protect workers from contracting deadly lung disease silicosis, which is caused by dry cutting stone.
WorkSafe ACT has issued over 70 notices to construction sites for serious safety breaches, following two worker deaths in 2020.
The Workplace Health & Safety Show will be held on 27–28 May 2020, at the Melbourne Convention Centre, as a key event of #SAFETYSCAPE.
WorkSafe Victoria has put out a call to all Victorian workplaces to put health and safety first ahead of new workplace manslaughter laws in force from July.
A 69-year-old painter has died after falling through a carport roof in Victoria. WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the incident.
Queensland Government representatives attended a Roundtable Industry Forum to discuss the economic impacts of coronavirus on the state.
New laws by the Queensland Government could lead to mining bosses facing 20 years in jail if their criminal negligence causes the death of mine or quarry workers.
We take a look at the Office of the Federal Safety Commission's results from a 2019 survey of WHS Accreditation Scheme building and construction companies.
From February 2020, inspectors from SafeWork SA will carry out inspections of construction sites to ensure their compliance with safe work method statements.
A man has died in an industrial yard in Ballarat; this brings the number of workplace deaths in 2020 to five, which is two more than this time last year.
There are three key elements your business needs for contractor compliance. Without all of them your business could be at risk.
The Queensland DNRME has filed charges against a mining company and commenced legal proceedings against two quarry operators and a coal plant.