Queensland's Electrical Safety office has launched a case study film, warning electrical workers of the dangers of arc flash.
A Queensland contractor has been fined $30,000, after a worker sustained serious electrical injuries while installing edge protection on a roof.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the derailment of a Sydney-Melbourne passenger train that led to two deaths in Wallan, Victoria.
The Cirlock CLK-1 contractor lockout kits have been put together especially for commercial tradespeople and contractors working on various sites.
The NHP Cortem EXEL-L series of emergency LED lights are certified to AS 2293.3.
The ABB emergency lighting range features exit signs, downlights, and anti-panic and escape lighting.
A series of serious incidents involving overhead powerlines has prompted warnings for greater safety around heavy vehicles and machinery.
Pelican Products has introduced the 9415 LED Lantern, a safety-approved version of its handheld lighting tool.
The infrared Oslon black SFH 4725S LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors has a wavelength of 940 nm, nearly invisible to the human eye and its black package reflects virtually no ambient light.
The Simpsons workplace safety posters, featuring characters from the TV series, are designed to reduce workplace injuries. The characters illustrate ways to work safely using their unique brand of humour.
The Project range of engraving, lasers and digital print and die-cutting equipment gives users in-house signage capabilities and includes the entry-level Roland EGX30 engraver through to Epilog lasers systems.
The Emergency Lighting Test Unit has been redesigned to make testing emergency and exit lighting more time-efficient. Building codes require that emergency and exit lighting be inspected and tested every six months.
The Lipso range of decorative lighting has the advantage of being able to provide clear direction in power outage situations.
Optimax LED light bars are low-profile emergency light bars that are available in 12 and 24 V versions and in a number of widths including 0.8, 1.2 or 1.4 m.
The OHS compliance course is designed for individuals with OHS responsibilities in more than one jurisdiction, guiding them through the similarities and differences across state and territory borders.