A construction company has been charged with breaching work health and safety laws, after a bricklayer suffered severe injuries following a seven-metre fall.
As COVID-19 aggravates problems with alcohol abuse, Flinders University survey research reveals that support workers in the area are facing significant pressure.
With families under strain amid COVID-19, Victorians who work in service roles can now receive critical training to help them identify and respond to family violence.
The Queensland Coal Mining Board of Inquiry public hearings into the accident at Grosvenor Mine will be postponed until 2021, and its report released in two parts.
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee has advised on the types of businesses that should not operate in the '3-step framework for a COVIDSafe Australia'.
Researchers have argued that a model developed to manage food safety incidents could also have applications in pandemic management, particularly for COVID-19.
The Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements has published its interim observations, to prepare for the 2020/21 bushfire season — and Queensland responds.
SWA has published guidance to help businesses with the two-year transition to the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals Revision 7.
One month after its establishment to protect Victorians in aged care amid COVID-19, the Victorian Aged Care Response Centre has provided an update on its operations.
For the first time since the offence was enacted in Queensland in 2017, a business owner is facing industrial manslaughter charges following a July 2019 death.
As our aged-care sector comes under scrutiny, research reveals that integrated models for care, health and housing are effective means of empowering older Australians.
After five workers were injured in an explosion at its Queensland Grosvenor Mine in May 2020, Anglo American has announced plans to restart mine operations in 2021.
Following the recent explosion in Beirut, Australian academics from two universities have discussed the chemicals involved in the explosion and the disaster response.
A new report published by Safe Work Australia explores the industries and occupations where workers are at risk of contracting occupational lung diseases.
Forestry Sector Guide to Workplace Safety 2020/21 – Published