Research into the health effects of the 2014 Hazelwood mine fire has revealed an increased risk of death in smoke-impacted areas during and after the fire.
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A liquid waste treatment facility in Yatala, Queensland, has been fined $800,000 after an incident in which a worker was burnt to death.
The NSW Government has released an independent Bushfire Inquiry Report, which accepted all 76 recommendations made after the 2019–20 bushfire season.
A lightweight, fire-resistant ship cladding that can withstand temperatures over 1000°C could change the face of ships around the world.
Fire safety testing is essential for building owners, whether a building is occupied or not. Here is a national snapshot of fire compliance requirements.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services is combating the fight against fire using augmented and virtual reality training programs that help train firefighters.
The operator of Hazelwood Power Corporation has been fined $1.56 million, after a bushfire spread to its coalmine and burned for 45 days.
The Australian Government and Standards Australia will jointly fund access for all Australians to AS 3959:2018 Construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas until 30 June 2021.
As Australia's firefighters are pushed to their limits, new research suggests their lower back pain can impact on the severity of insomnia they face.
Bushfires burning across Victoria have led to increasing smoke levels, which can adversely impact those exposed to particles in bushfire smoke.
There were 141 instances of mobile plant fires in NSW in 2019, and "a significant rise" in underground fires, according to a new report.
Those affected by the bushfires are being advised to remain vigilant, even after the fires have passed and assessment, clean-up and recovery work is undertaken.
Jason Andrews-Reid, OH&S Manager at Elastomers Australia, outlines a few industry innovations aimed at reducing fire risk in mining.
Lawyers Scott Watson and Aisling Scott from King & Wood Mallesons discuss the Queensland Government's planned combustible cladding ban on new builds.