Protecting workers in the manufactured stone industry from lung diseases is the focus of a new safety taskforce that has just been established.
10% of workers compensation claims drag on for a year or more... decreasing the odds that the injured employee will ever return to work.
Do you feel that technology prevents you from completely switching off from your job? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
From initial construction through to maintenance, this article takes a view on the working-at-height issues related to the life cycle of a building.
A new edition of the Wiring Rules (AS/NZS 3000:2018) has now been released.
Head injuries have killed a man in his 50s who was working at the West Gate Tunnel Project's Footscray Road site.
Given the significant financial, societal and human cost, why do preventable machine incidents still occur?
There have been reports of an unlicensed asbestos removalist operating in the Newcastle and Hunter region.
Safe Work Australia is conducting a review of the regulatory framework for workplace exposure standards for airborne contaminants.
Do you agree with enforcing harsher penalties when an employer's negligent conduct causes a workplace fatality? See the results from the latest Safe-T-Bulletin poll here.
Almost three-quarters of Australian workers are feeling stressed out by technology, according to new research.
Three electricians have died at work in Victoria since 2016, prompting warnings about the dangers of working on live switchboards and circuits.
A pledge to provide healthy and safe workplaces has been made by over 100 NSW businesses, as part of SafeWork NSW's innovative Safety Promise program.
One of two amendment Bills enabling new truck safety laws has now passed through the Queensland Parliament.
Two Queensland workers have sustained serious injuries from a fire that may have been caused by an explosion.