A tower crane load has been dropped to the ground in Queensland, following a hoist rope failure in October 2018.
A good safety program is similar to an iceberg. Everybody can see the result but not all the hard work that was put into it.
Pedalling desks could be the answer to health problems caused by sedentary jobs.
Is safety training part of every new employee's induction in your workplace? See the results from last week's Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
The commission has opened public consultations across Australia, as it investigates the nature and prevalence of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
Musculoskeletal (MSD) pain and discomfort are experienced by almost 60% of truck drivers, according to a new Canadian study.
Safe Work Australia has just published two new reports on the 2018 National Return to Work survey.
A $90,000 fine has been laid against a regional employment services provider after the death of a worker at the Toowoomba showground in 2016.
Around one third of employees feel they have been bullied by their boss, according to new research.
Do you think tougher penalties can help to maker workplaces safer? See the results from last week's Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
A Queensland worker was allegedly seriously injured during the collapse of a 2.8-metre block wall in September 2018.
Melbourne Water has taken out the Pinnacle Award at the 2018 NSCA Foundation/GIO Workers Compensation 26th Annual National Safety Awards of Excellence.
Failed towing equipment has led to severe abdominal injuries for a Queensland truck driver.
Monash University research into fatal crane accidents has sparked the development of gaming technology that could enhance crane safety on construction sites.
A leading spinal surgeon is urging Australian workers to think ahead and incorporate simple movements into the working day to avoid potential injuries.