The Queensland Government has invested in Gold Coast company Buildsafe to create more local jobs and make the construction industry safer.
A developer has been convicted and fined $75,000 for repeatedly failing to address safety issues at a Doncaster building site.
A roofing company is one of the first companies to be prosecuted and fined under Western Australia's regime of stronger penalties introduced in October 2018.
Victorian workplaces have been urged to reassess the effectiveness of their fall prevention measures, after a spate of falls from height led to injuries and death.
A carpentry company has been convicted and fined after an apprentice worker fell from a height of three metres and sustained serious pelvic and spinal injuries.
Determining if a fall protection harness is safe to use can be challenging. Here, MSA details how to check if a harness has passed is expiration date.
A painter has been fined $40,000 and ordered to pay costs of $3574, after a contractor was seriously injured in a fall through a skylight.
SafeWork SA inspectors have issued more than 100 statutory notices across residential construction sites in South Australia, for height and scaffolding risks.
A SafeWork SA safety campaign has identified key trends that reveal the dangers of working at height on residential construction sites.
SafeWork SA has urged workplaces to have adequate systems in place to reduce the risk of falls, after it recorded 357 interventions about falls from height.
A Western Australian shed building company is facing prosecution for an incident that left one worker dead and another injured, after falling from height.
A Melbourne truss maker has been fined $40,000 after a serious safety breach at a building site in Cranbourne North.
A height safety authority sets out the importance of risk assessments and fall protection systems, and offers some key dos and don'ts of working at height safety.
Alcoa of Australia has been fined $210,000 after a contractor fell to his death at the Kwinana Alumina Refinery in 2015.
The V-EDGE Self-Retracting Lifeline series from MSA Australia is designed for leading edge and foot-level tie-off, with 8- and 20-foot lengths available.