The guide is specifically designed for consignors of dangerous goods packages below placard load quantity.
ASEA has released guidelines to help water and sewerage providers reduce the risk of exposure to asbestos fibres released from asbestos-cement (AC) pipes.
Safe Work Australia has released a fact sheet to help persons conducting a business or undertaking manage the risks of solar ultraviolate radiation (UVR) in the workplace.
Researchers have developed a new copper surface that can kill bacteria more than 100 times faster than standard copper, to combat the threat of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
The NSW Resources Regulator has published the key compliance priorities for January–June 2022, to increase industry confidence in its regulatory activities.
Western Australia has released exposure drafts of regulations, before the commencement of work health and safety reforms in March 2022.
Field trials of a new technology that is designed to detect dangerous levels of respirable crystalline silica are underway in NSW, as part of the NSW Dust Strategy 2020–22.
Businesses, health and safety representatives, and people who have returned to work after injury are among the finalists for Victoria's 2021 WorkSafe Awards.
Extraction systems that reliably detect hazardous substances are among the key respiratory protections for welders; here is an overview of the systems available.
The 23rd edition of the Comparative Performance Monitoring report has been released by Safe Work Australia, providing trend analyses on WHS regulations in Australia.
A new study will see researchers collaborate with an asset integrity firm to develop more efficient methods for monitoring the safety of storage for hazardous substances.
Amendments to the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Regulation 2014, regarding the exposure standards for carbon dioxide in underground mines, have come into effect.
The annual National Asbestos Awareness Week campaign aims to raise awareness among key trades about the health risks associated with exposure to asbestos fibres.
Two companies have been charged after pressurised concrete was sprayed across a worksite, striking three workers and a member of the public.