Standards Australia has provided a map of possible ways to get gloves, masks and surgical gowns from the warehouse to the frontline.
An earthmoving equipment company has been fined $375,000 after a worker was crushed beneath a bulldozer belly plate, sustaining severe injuries.
An Industrial Relations Working Group, established by the NCCC, will help businesses operate and keep employees and customers safe through the COVID-19 crisis.
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The new and independent WorkSafe ACT has commenced operations, and will function as an independent entity to improve safety across the Australian Capital Territory.
Until 23 September, Western Australia's Commission for Occupational Safety and Health is seeking feedback on a draft code of practice for violence and aggression in the workplace.
Researchers have revealed that the recommended 1- to 2-metre spatial distancing rule may not be enough to protect health workers from contracting COVID-19.
From 1 July, the workplace exposure standard for respirable crystalline silica reduced by half in six Australian jurisdictions to a TWA of 0.05 mg/m3.
An international advocacy group has called for the implementation of safety regulations in Myanmar's mining industry, after a landslide in Hpakant claimed more than 100 lives.
The solution decreases COVID-19-related risks by ensuring that contractors and visitors are not allowed onsite until they are fully trained in procedures.
Researchers have developed a database that offers flammability information and material properties for different types of common cladding materials.
Lawyers explore some of the significant findings from the Coronial Inquest, WHS impacts in Queensland and the lessons learnt for other states and territories.
Dr ROBYN JOHNS explores the current work from home trend in Australia and offers some practical tips for employers in line with their work health and safety obligations.
Desk-based workers face both physical and mental health risks due to the sedentary modern-day office environment. Researchers explore how this can be addressed.
JOHN YOUNG explores how industrial managers in manufacturing can get connected with the latest technologies that monitor their workers' health and avoid injury.