Do you believe that all the workers in your workplace report all their injuries? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
The latest drug and alcohol trends are making it harder for employers to assess and manage associated problems in the workplace.
The death of a paramedic in 2015 has resulted in a $400,000 fine for Ambulance Victoria.
In the event of a work health and safety (WHS) incident, regulatory enforcement or even assessing compliance with WHS laws, it is often prudent to obtain legal advice.
The International Standard for occupational health and safety ISO 45001:2018 has now been published. So what does this mean for Australian businesses?
The use of reality technologies in safety applications
Serious injuries have been sustained by workers when several large glass sheets in a racking system fell to the ground and shattered.
Safe Work Australia has released more information about its review of workplace exposure standards for chemicals in Australia.
Unions NSW calls for a new body to properly regulate the gig economy in order to ensure safety and licensing standards are met.
A North American farmer safety program has just been adopted in Australia, with the ultimate aim of reducing workplace accidents.
A work health and safety research centre has released its first blueprint designed to reduce deaths, serious injuries and illnesses in NSW workplaces.
A quad bike safety body has conducted a meeting in Griffith, with the primary focus of improving quad bike safety in NSW.
Do you think the police crackdown on truckies is fair? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
A generator fuel explosion in the back of a truck has led to severe burns for two Queensland workers.