New regulations surrounding the safe management of hazardous substances will come into effect on 1 December in New Zealand.
November is National Asbestos Awareness Month, with a message to Australians that home renovations could pose dangers.
Cleaning Safety Card has launched the Orange Card online training program, which is designed to reduce workplace injuries in the cleaning industry.
The Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) family of modular S80-T80 liquid analysers is designed to provide engineers and managers with the process data they need to obtain and maintain a wide range of global, regional and local quality, environmental, safety and other certifications, as well as achieve government regulatory operational compliance.
This week is National Farm Safety Week, so it's a good time to ensure your workplace is compliant, safe and secure when it comes to chemicals on your farm or site.
Safe Work Australia (SWA) is currently reviewing exposure standards to ensure they are based on the highest quality evidence and supported by a rigorous, scientific approach.
Researchers at Curtin University have developed a free app that aims to map the prevalence of asbestos in homes across Western Australia and help home renovators identify potentially deadly risk.
High-pressure water blasters have been used by tradespeople to clean asbestos roofs, prompting a warning to be issued by SafeWork NSW.
A global petition against the asbestos industry has been delivered to the president of the COP Rotterdam Convention.
The drowning death of a South Port New Zealand visitor during 2015 was preventable, according to WorkSafe New Zealand.
The Fluid Components International (FCI) FS10i flow switch/monitor is designed for operation in rugged industrial processes.
The five-day asbestos removal work notification period has been waived by SafeWork NSW, to allow for a swift clean-up of asbestos from storm-damaged properties in northeast NSW.