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 Goulburn company that hosed a herbicide into a stormwater drain, out of concern for worker safety, has been fined $15,000 by the NSW EPA.
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, Australian researchers from RMIT University have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that can detect hydrogen leaks.
Grid Fleet Manager is a web-based service to streamline the gas detection fleet management by EHS management personnel such as safety managers and industrial hygienists.
A global energy company upgraded its generator safety systems with the latest control and safety technologies, including the AADvance fault-tolerant control system.
WorkCover Queensland has issued a warning about the risks of working with transportable silos, following an on-farm incident in Queensland.
Toilet paper shortages have led Australians to seek out sanitary alternatives in the bathroom, but alterations should not compromise industry safety standards.
Improving safety isn't just about reducing workplace risks within industrial and process environments; it's also about safeguarding neighbouring communities and environments.
Mandalay Resources Costerfield Operations has received a $110,000 fine, after a rock fall left an employee with serious injuries.
An Australian-invented dust control system aims to combat the silica dust threat by extracting hazardous materials during the cutting process.
The Serstech 100 Indicator handheld raman spectrometer is a lightweight (650 g), safe and easy-to-use raman spectrometer that can identify any solid or liquid chemical substance in seconds.
The owners and occupiers of last year's West Footscray fire site have been demanded to remove waste and render any residual dangerous goods harmless.
It is essential for businesses that use or store hazardous liquids to implement effective spill containment strategies.
Toxic chemicals have been inadvertently released at a Picton public swimming pool in Sydney.
Standards play a huge role in helping the user select the right garment for chemical protection.