Welders present a 43% increased risk of lung cancer, on average, than those who have never been a welder or exposed to welding fumes, according to a recent study.
Protest first responders, protesters and the wider community should be safer under new laws by the Queensland Government.
The SA Government is calling for seven ACP containing buildings to undergo immediate work after they were found to pose 'extreme' fire safety risks.
A November report from Safe Work Australia confirms a long-term trend of decline in the number and rate of worker fatalities across Australia.
The winners of the NSCA Foundation/GIO Workers Compensation 27th Annual National Safety Awards of Excellence were announced in Sydney on 17 October 2019.
Confined spaces can be complicated. ASH MAYOR outlines some best practices that will help you ensure those working in confined spaces are kept safe.
Wine Producers Guide to Safety 2019/20 – Released
A Brisbane builder has pleaded guilty to three breaches of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and was fined $24,000 with costs of $1595.
SafeWork NSW has been visiting businesses across the state to raise awareness about silicosis and preventing silica exposure.
The NSW Resources Regulator is investigating potential work health and safety breaches after three workers were diagnosed with possible dust disease.
Western Australian employers could be subject to industrial manslaughter laws if a proposed work health and safety Bill passes in state parliament.
WorkSafe Victoria is set to improve its services to injured workers after the state Ombudsman found it was letting down some of its most vulnerable clients.
NSW mining and petroleum work health and safety laws and regulations will be back under the microscope next year for their five-yearly review.
Queensland public transport operator TransLink has launched a new ad campaign and hired eight senior network officers in a bid to put the brakes on bus driver violence.