Vic firefighters to receive new, safer uniforms12 April, 2023
CFA volunteers across Victoria will receive new uniforms that are designed to provide an improved level of protection from radiant heat and heat-related illness.
MSA LUNAR handheld wireless thermal imaging camera01 April, 2023
The MSA LUNAR handheld wireless thermal imaging camera enables collaborative search and quicker identification of the best entry point and search location when workers need help.
Safety alert issued after worker fatally attacked by dogs17 March, 2023
Employers have been urged to prioritise worker safety after an electricity meter contractor was fatally attacked by dogs while attending a residential address.
Graphene-enhanced firefighting gear boosts firefighter safety25 January, 2023
Researchers have found that flame-retardant fabrics woven into firefighters' clothing and masks can reduce rates of injury and mortality among firefighters.
Biomotion is no longer a niche term. It's now in plain sight.01 November, 2022
Retro-reflective markers that are positioned in 'biomotion' configurations on clothing can enhance the night-time visibility of road-workers to keep them safe.
Qld police roll out high-tech vests to boost officer safety18 August, 2022
The Queensland Police Service has announced that it will roll out next-generation integrated load-bearing vests for frontline police officers across the state.
Safety Wearables: Tracking Concerns, Union Buy-in & the Science Behind the Algorithms12 August, 2022 by Toni-Louise Gianatti
Understanding if the benefits of using industrial safety wearables for injury prevention outweigh the associated risks and how the algorithms solve diversification in safe movement thresholds.
Soter Analytics receives $12m to prevent workplace injuries22 April, 2022
Soter Analytics has received $12 million in funding, to tackle work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MD) with wearable technology.
Researchers develop lightweight fire-retardant suits for firefighters04 February, 2022
ANSTO, in collaboration with UNSW, has developed a lightweight, fireproof material for use in firefighting gear and high-tech fire protection.
Workhorse workwear: The smart choice01 February, 2022
When it comes to safety workwear and safety clothing for the building and construction industry there are subtle differences that make one brand's range unique to the Australian market.
QPS invests in high-tech vests to improve officer safety31 January, 2022
The Queensland Police Service has announced plans to roll out new, integrated load-bearing vests for frontline police officers across the state from July.
Fit for work: why gender-biased workwear is unsafe21 January, 2022
Personal protective equipment, in the form of clothing or footwear, should be made to fit both women and men in equal fashion.
Climate tech innovation to facilitate safe work in hot conditions20 January, 2022
Tech entrepreneurs have developed a wearable device that monitors workers' physiology to predict and prevent heat injuries and deaths.
Coverall selection: handling harmful substances01 November, 2021 by Drew Dauncey, Technical Safety Specialist, Blackwoods
It can be difficult to determine which type of coverall is right for harmful chemicals and substances protection. However, there are protective standards in place.
Wearables for Injury Prevention: Evidence of the Benefits of Short & Long-term Use29 October, 2021
Proof of how leading companies around the globe are weaving wearables into their processes and gaining clear injury prevention metrics.