Fatigue testing technologies developed by Defence scientists will be used on a retired US Navy Seahawk helicopter.
It has been claimed that using nylon on machinery can help to protect workers' hearing by reducing the amount of noise produced.
Wire rope barriers are being implemented on the Western Freeway between the Western Ring Road and Ballarat, as part of a $37 million safety upgrade.
Outdoor industrial environments are constantly changing and to ensure that changes are always detected, SICK has designed its Visionary-B sensors with two eyes, in the form of horizontally offset lenses.
26 drivers tested positive for drugs during Operation Rolling Thunder, which was organised on 1 February 2018.
The creation of an automated tool to improve mine safety has won a team of students a trip to Silicon Valley.
Fluid Components International SIL-compliant thermal flow meters and switches for safety instrumented systems comply with standards IEC 61511 and 61508.
Rail safety is being improved in Australia and Indonesia via computer models that predict how rail cars will respond to different track conditions.
The safety and reliability of vehicles could be improved with new technology developed by NI.
A safety initiative aimed at road construction workers has been recognised with the AAPA National Safety Initiative Industry Award.
Wood flooring manufacturer is using the latest microScan3 safety laser scanner from SICK to improve safety and productivity in a challenging environment.
There are some key considerations to take into account when selecting and replacing hydraulic hose assemblies.
The Bestech Australia 8431 and 8432 precision miniature load cells are designed for precise tension and compression force measurements in limited spaces.