Forestry Sector Guide to Workplace Safety AU/NZ 2019/20 – Released
During October, WorkSafe Victoria's safety advocates will visit 22 locations across the state, addressing workplace mental health and other issues.
Twelve Queensland primary students are putting farm safety front and centre in a colourful calendar reminding everyone to work and play safely on the land.
Queensland's mine workers could soon be subject to lower mine dust exposure standards in a bid to better protect against lung diseases.
From 31 October, Queensland's stone benchtop industry will be subject to a new code of practice designed to reduce silica exposure and prevent silicosis.
Veterinary Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2019/20 – Released
Minerals workers are being encouraged to light up their 'Big Aussie Barbies' as part of a prostate cancer awareness campaign.
WorkSafe WA inspectors are going back to school as part of a proactive program to improve WHS for workers.
Queensland's resources sector could get a dedicated, independent health and safety body if a new Bill is successful.
A Melbourne director and his security company have been fined $116,250 for repeatedly bullying staff in the workplace.
SafeWork SA has responded to comments by the construction union suggesting it failed to act on safety concerns raised.
R U OK? is urging Australians to 'trust the signs' and ask anyone that may be struggling if they are OK this 12 September 'R U OK?Day'.
The WA Government is seeking feedback on proposed new work health and safety (WHS) regulations to support the proposed new WHS Act.