Heavy vehicle drivers in South Australia will be able to practise navigating the South Eastern Freeway descent with a training simulator.
Buslink NT will commit to $660,000 worth of improvements after a bus rollaway incident in 2017 led to the death of a bus driver.
A subcontractor working on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has been fined $50,000 after an incident in which a mobile concrete pump tipped over at a worksite.
Australian Maritime College researcher Dr Reza Emad believes that commercial shipping will see more remotely controlled ships by 2030 — improving safety and efficiency.
A truck driver has sustained serious injuries after falling from his trailer, prompting a safety alert to be issued about the risk of falls from trucks and trailers.
A cattle company in Central Australia has pleaded guilty and been fined $30,000 after a freak accident left two workers seriously injured.
The Muirhead Speed Gates from RCT can be applied to any type of materials handling equipment, to ensure all industrial vehicles are travelling at safe speeds.
Whilst the majority of record keeping has moved to the digital world, manual faxing still remains a staple of worksites.
On 29 July, a 37-year-old worker died at a construction site in the Katherine region of the Northern Territory after falling from the tracks of an excavator.
A Victorian equipment hire company has been fined $85,000 following the death of a worker who was loading lift equipment onto a truck.
Two workers have died in separate incidents in what WorkSafe Victoria has described as "a tragic 48 hours". It brings the state's toll to 42 for 2020.
After a man was fatally struck by a tree while felling it with a chainsaw, WorkCover Queensland has issued guidance to prevent similar incidents in future.
After a young worker was seriously injured while operating a mobile crane, WorkCover Queensland has urged PCBUs to manage the WHS risks when using mobile cranes.
The Sany+Air Sanitiser Compressor from Bunzl Safety is a low-pressure, oil-free compressor that can spray sanitising products with very little air.
Digital twin technology could transform construction by teaching users how to evaluate hazards from the safety of afar, and may remove the need to be present onsite altogether.