The NSW Parliament has heard renewed calls from the CFMEU for the ban on manufactured stone products that expose workers to silicosis.
A heavy-duty manufacturer has been fined more than $30,000 after a trailer fell while being lifted, narrowly missing three workers.
A mining safety project to develop high-capacity dynamic rock reinforcement for underground mines has received $3 million in funding.
Crane compliance is a complex task. However, through independent, expert external survey, review and training, the process can be made simpler.
An engineering company has been fined $300,000 after one worker died and another was seriously injured following a crush incident inside a shipping container.
A site supervisor has been fined $10,000 over a 2018 incident in which a worker was seriously injured when limestone blocks and a steel plate fell on him.
A civil construction company has been fined $550,000 over the deaths of two workers who were killed when the trench they were working in collapsed in 2018.
Outrigger pads, designed to be virtually indestructible, can be used to promote safety across challenging conditions in the mining and construction industries.
Researchers from Edith Cowan University have identified the key causes of workplace fatalities in the resources sector, to help companies make their workplaces safer.
A truck body manufacturer has been charged after a workplace incident in which a worker was crushed by 225 kg panels, while unloading them from a shipping container.
The Victorian Government has passed new laws to enhance workplace safety rights and protections for labour hire workers.
Lateral restraint blocks made from an engineering plastic designed to retain most of its strength are being used to safeguard bridges against earthquakes.
A land development company has been fined $95,000 after a 2018 incident in which a worker was seriously injured when a wall and a steel plate fell on him.
A four-week-long construction compliance blitz has commenced in Victoria, to increase vaccination coverage among construction workers and stop the spread of COVID-19.
New research from UniSA is striving to understand why construction workers are struggling with mental health and has identified 26 potential drivers of suicide.