As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease, the NCCC has released an online planning tool to help businesses reopen and be COVIDSafe.
The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner enlisted four construction companies to take part in a hand protection program.
Plumbing Industry Guide to Safety 2020/21 – Published
SWA has launched its central information hub in line with the National Cabinet's agreement of the 'National COVID-19 safe workplace principles'.
Two people have died in the space of 24 hours in two separate Victorian workplace incidents, bringing the number of fatalities in the state up to 22 for 2020.
The need to support the mental health of remote workers has never been greater, with many now working from home for the first time; here is some expert advice.
In May, South Australia will establish Australia's first face mask testing facility, producing millions of respirators and face masks to combat COVID-19.
Firms with debt are more likely to seek short-term financial gains and sacrifice workplace safety, research reveals — and such instances may worsen amid COVID-19.
Those who migrate to Australia are more vulnerable to workplace hazards compared with Australian-born workers, Curtin University research reveals.
This week, the NSW Government extended its $5000 on-the-spot fines to protect anyone at work or travelling to or from work from being coughed or spat on.
Safe Work Australia has released advice for persons conducting a business or undertaking to manage the risks from air pollution. NATIONAL SAFETY provides a summary.
St John Ambulance Victoria has launched a series of first aid training courses that use immersive technology on large cinematic screens, specifically tailored for workplaces.
Biosecurity expert Professor Raine MacIntyre has cautioned healthcare workers of the risks of cloth masks, as supplies of disposable masks and respirators fall.
Queensland commends manufacturers for "stepping up to the plate" and Standards Australia releases a resource to help the sector rise to the challenge.
The government will fund nine research projects exploring the physiological and mental health effects of the recent bushfires, including on frontline responders.