Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has congratulated the winners of the awards for their commitment to keeping Queenslanders safe at work.
New public health directions have made COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for FIFO and other resources sector workers in Western Australia.
The University of Illinois (Chicago) will conduct an independent quality assurance review of the coal industry health surveillance scheme in New South Wales.
BlackBerry Limited has partnered with the University of Windsor to provide a flood risk and clean water monitoring solution that addresses water-related risks.
A SafeWork SA compliance campaign has found that businesses have improved their compliance and minimised the risk of exposure to respirable crystalline silica.
An NT cattle-mustering contractor has been convicted and fined $20,000 after a young worker was severely burnt in an explosion and left for six days before being hospitalised.
For respirable crystalline silica, protective coveralls that minimise dust particulate penetration through to the garments being worn underneath the coverall are critically important.
A Central Coast business that stored asbestos waste unlawfully has been fined $15,000 by the NSW Environment Protection Authority.
Cancer Council Australia has launched a safety campaign to encourage Australian workers to use adequate protection measures when exposed to silica dust.
WorkSafe WA has laid charges against Salini Australia, after a worker suffered a serious head injury during construction of the Forrestfield Airport Link tunnel.
Safe Work Australia has launched a campaign to raise awareness of occupational lung disease.