Lendlease has received an award for a campaign that features its employees with their mothers to remind people to stay safe at work.
The standard for saliva drug testing is currently undergoing revision by Standards Australia, industry bodies and community members.
The Federal Court of Australia has provided guidance to employers who are supporting staff with mental illness.
There has been a significant increase in the number of workplace deaths due to drug overdose in the United States, according to a new NIOSH study.
A shopfitting company and its director have both been fined — with a conviction for the company — after a two-metre fall killed one of its employees.
With the rate of silicosis increasing among workers, the federal government has committed $5 million to establish a new taskforce to tackle the problem.
The latest report released by Safe Work Australia reveals that 82% of injured workers in Australia during 2016–17 were able to return to work.
Legal action is being taken against the CEPU over alleged unlawful industrial action and the breaching of safety rules.
A Queensland worker had his legs crushed by a reversing forklift during an incident in March 2019.
An employer has been hit with a massive damages bill after dismissing an employee who had been absent on sick leave for almost eight months.
A new study has found that workplace performance among electrical powerline workers was improved through the use of brain training.
The Victorian Government will amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (Vic) (Vic OHS Act) to provide for the criminal offence of industrial manslaughter.
The report stresses that going without sleep is not a sign of 'toughness', and can have serious health consequences and major safety implications.