The New South Wales state election campaign is heating up, with OHS policies topping todayâ€™s agenda.
Unguarded machines and inadequate procedures are some of the easiest workplace health and safety issues to fix, according to WorkSafe Vic executive director, John Merritt.
The safety of workers employed under 457 visas has again come under scrutiny after a 900% increase in allegations of exploitation of such workers.
A construction company has been fined for the second time for not providing edge protection on a construction site.
Victorian businesses are being warned to look out for WorkSafe impersonators offering health and safety services or advertising deals.
Australia's politicians are being urged to "stop playing games" and work together for consistent OHS laws by workplace safety professionals.
The NSW government has announced plans to send the stateâ€™s draft Occupational Health and Safety Act for a further six-month review despite expressions of disappointment by Australian business and industry groups.
A silicone pig sweeps through the lines at Wolf Blass, entering a 'key station' where winery staff must choose one of 119 paths with the precision of an air traffic controller
The Victorian Workcover Authority (VWA) has updated the way in which details of its prosecutions can be accessed.
A New Zealand manufacturer has been fined $9000 after a 14-year-old boy was injured at its premises.
When Smorgon Steel's angle and channel plant in Laverton North, Melbourne, decided to bring the final straightening process in house instead of at a soon-to-close external facility, the steel manufacturing giant was faced with a mammoth challenge