A foundry and metal casting company has been fined $650,000 after its failure to provide and maintain a safe plant resulted in an employee's death.
SAI Global has identified seven workplace hazards that are commonly overlooked by employers. Here's how to avoid them.
A flexible working arrangement can have many benefits. But ensure you implement it in a way that will keep your employee — and your business — safe.
Almost 5% of the workforce — one in 10 women — suffer from endometriosis. Here's how employers can support them.
Under the proposed new regulations, the ban would extend to all aluminium composite panels with a polyethylene (PE) core greater than 30%.
A new leadership maturity model could help frontline construction managers improve on-site work health and safety practices.
Queensland's mining health and safety practices and laws are under review following the state's sixth mining and quarry-related death in 12 months.
The NSW Resources Regulator has completed a causal investigation into the March 2019 evacuation of 70 coal miners at the Metropolitan Colliery in Helensburgh.
How respirable crystalline silica is threating to overtake asbestos as a workplace killer.
SWA will accept feedback on a proposal to adopt an updated version of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals until 28 July.
WorkSafe WA has issued 980 improvement notices after its machinery repair inspection program raised concerns around hazardous substances and mobile plants.
First responders like former police officer Belinda Neil bear the brunt of horror at work, causing PTSD. She shares her story and what is needed to turn the tide.
Exposure to hazardous fumes in the workplace may be the cause of illness in more than one out of 10 people, according to new research.
Australian legislation does not enforce welding standards by making them mandatory, posing a risk to both public and worker safety. This needs to change.