The meeting of the Workplace Relations Ministers’ Council (WRMC) in Brisbane on 23 May 2008 represented an historic watershed in cooperative federalism in the workplace relations area.
SafeWork SA has begun a program of asking young South Australians what they need in the way of resources on workplace safety and industrial relations.
A labour hire company has been fined $27,500 for failing to ensure that a host company's workplace was safe before deploying its workers, after one employee’s fingers were crushed in an unguarded machine.
What do military history and popular culture tell us about corporate values and the capacity to introduce change? Perhaps more than we expect.
The Personal Injury Education Foundation has recently launched its inaugural 'Personal Injury Management Conference' and 'Excellence Awards' program.
WorkSafe inspectors will be visiting small and medium-sized businesses in Bendigo in early May, as part of the Safe Towns safety improvement campaign.
Industry action plans have been developed to support the second stage of the Queensland Workplace Health and Safety Strategy 2004–12, which aims to reduce the incidence of work-related injuries.
The Compact plus safety light curtains and multi-beam safety light barriers of Leuze lumiflex feature efficient functions such as teach-in blanking, muting, override, single-/double-break, monitoring of safety switches or emergency stop push-buttons, IR-diagnosis and user friendliness.
Failing to properly train and supervise employees has resulted in a conviction and fine for a major civil contracting company.
The Hawk IR Sightglass is a 75 mm diameter inspection window fitted to the door or inspection cover of electrical equipment enclosures. For the safe visual and thermal inspection of internal electrical components without the need to open any enclosure.
Workplace Safety authorities across Australia have commenced a safety campaign to improve machine guarding in the manufacturing industry.
Australian and New Zealand Workplace Safety Authorities met in Adelaide on 11 March 2008 to discuss the progress of a range of initiatives to further occupational health and safety management in Australian workplaces