The range of Q Director Stackable Retractable safety barriers is finished in brushed stainless steel with 2 m long webbing belts in black, red or blue. Each base is covered in a long-wearing carpet, so when stacked they will not scratch or chip the units underneath.
A worker was seriously injured when a bank of gas bottles he was handling exploded.
Aqua-Sac is a self-inflating, sand-less sandbag that consists of a sturdy jute sack containing a super-absorbent polymer (SAP), which is retained inside a finely woven inner cotton bag. Soaked in fresh water in a tub or sink, the device inflates in 3-5 minutes to 30 times its original size.
Comcare has recently issued a Safety Alert about slag-pot dislodgement on a slag-pot carrier.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland provides some sound advice in properly dealing with asbestos in the workplace.
Comcare has issued a safety alert warning of a potentially contaminated batch of the industrial chemical oleyl diamine.
A Victorian blasting company has been fined and convicted over a string of safety failings that occurred while blasting at a housing development site.
A South Australian builder was convicted and fined for putting people at risk by failing to adequately and legally remove asbestos from a worksite.
Recent developments in laser technology may provide a new means to safely test materials for hazardous substances.
WorkSafe Victoria has issued a document to assist and minimise the incidence of fires caused by mobile plant in hazardous environments.
A new document released by WorkSafe provides helpful safety guidelines for spray painters in the furniture industry.
WorkSafe Victoria has issued a Health and Safety Solution for workers operating rotational moulders being exposed to fire and explosion risks from polyethylene powder.