The Office of Transport Safety Investigations has called for Sydney Trains to implement a better fatigue management system, after a near hit at Westmead Station was attributed to worker fatigue.
A safe work methodology has been developed to remove large diameter reamers in an underground environment.
A subcontractor has been fined $200,000 after an explosion at the Forrestfield Airport Link Project in 2018 left a worker with a traumatic brain injury.
This timely checklist for heavy vehicles is designed to keep road-friendly air suspension working safer for longer across Australia's road transport network.
A report from Safe Work Australia has revealed that 194 people were fatally injured in the workplace in 2020, with 96% of worker fatalities being men.
A mining and construction company in Western Australia has been fined $230,000 after an employee became trapped in an unguarded conveyor belt.
A new range of machinery has been designed to support the Australasian mining, energy and construction sectors as they carry out the decommissioning and repurposing of obsolete plant.
Two workers have lost their lives in forklift-related incidents within the space of a week, bringing the Victorian workplace fatality toll to 45 for 2021.
A family-run Queensland mushroom farm has been fined after a worker had his arm 'traumatically' severed in a workplace incident caused by faulty machinery.
A civil construction company has been fined $50,000 after a worker was crushed while guiding a drum roller onto a truck in Mildura.
A metal treatment company has been fined $300,000 over the death of a worker who became trapped in an electroplating machine on a Victorian worksite.
A new series of forklifts has been developed for a range of applications, to enhance operator safety, comfort and ergonomics.
Unleash live, an AI video analytics platform, has announced a Series A funding round, led by SafetyCulture, to fuel the growth of its A.I. Apps Store.
October is National Safe Work Month. In the New South Wales jurisdiction, SafeWork NSW inspectors will visit businesses to ensure forklifts are used safely.
A tailor-made data analytics software program has been developed to help governments and industry make better planning decisions on level crossing safety treatments.