The recipients of the inaugural WHS Champions Showcase awards, formerly known as the SafeWork Awards, have been revealed during a ceremony at the Maritime Museum.
Research shows that the health of many male truck drivers is in peril, with 6067 lives predicted to be lost within a decade.
A national campaign has been launched to help address workplace sexual harassment in the resources sector by reinforcing a clear expectation of behavioural standards.
With many young workers seeking holiday jobs, employers have been urged to ensure that new starters receive the training they need to work safely.
Submissions have been opened by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) for Round 8 of the Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative (HVSI).
SafeWork NSW inspectors can now issue on-the-spot fines of up to $3600 for existing electrical work and asbestos offences.
The McKell Institute has praised the Victorian Government after it pledged to establish an Apprenticeships Taskforce to ensure tradespeople are working in safe environments.
The recipients of Australian Country Choice's inaugural Bright Ideas safety awards were revealed on the last day of National Work Safety Month.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has announced the winners of the 2022 Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
The Grinding Gears, Burning Diesel Lifeline North Coast truck convoy will take place on 12 November 2022, to show support for truck driver mental health.
Australian construction leaders have reported losing skilled workers due to high levels of stress and burnout in the sector, according to new research from Procore.
Manufacturers across the Sydney metropolitan area have received visits from SafeWork NSW Inspectors to ensure machine safety.
Safe Work Australia has celebrated the start of National Safe Work Month by releasing resources about common work health and safety hazards and risks.
The newly introduced Bill aims to implement seven further recommendations made by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins in the Respect@Work Report.
New South Wales has made amendments to the Model WHS Regulations by imposing a positive duty to manage psychosocial risks in the workplace.