SWA will accept feedback on a proposal to adopt an updated version of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals until 28 July.
VIC Construction Site Safety Guide 2019/20 — Released
WorkSafe WA has issued 980 improvement notices after its machinery repair inspection program raised concerns around hazardous substances and mobile plants.
Exposure to hazardous fumes in the workplace may be the cause of illness in more than one out of 10 people, according to new research.
First responders like former police officer Belinda Neil bear the brunt of horror at work, causing PTSD. She shares her story and what is needed to turn the tide.
Australian legislation does not enforce welding standards by making them mandatory, posing a risk to both public and worker safety. This needs to change.
Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2019/20 – Released
There's an increasing number of contract workers making up our workforce. What are the implications for your business?
Ongoing accidents caused by workers falling from heights exemplify the need for an industry code for height safety installations.
Safe Work Australia (SWA) is calling on stakeholders to provide feedback on recommendations for improving the model work health and safety (WHS) laws.
A recent court case shows that employers must be careful about what they say about former employees, to avoid damaging their reputation.
IOSH President Professor Vincent Ho shares his thoughts on the challenges facing safety professionals today.
Tweaking night owls' sleeping habits could help improve worker performance, safety and mental health, a new study has shown.
A Queensland billboard company has received a $250K fine after a worker received an electric shock from a powerline the company knew was a hazard.