Each mask is made of 3 layers of fabric and features adjustable elastic straps with toggle, to ensure the best fit.
The Queensland Government's free, mandatory lung health checks and reduced mine dust limits have come into effect to protect the resources sector.
The NSW Resources Regulator has investigated how a worker with 41 years of coalmining experience could have contracted coal workers' pneumoconiosis.
The welding workplace poses many hazards; however, if safety measures and appropriate personal protective equipment are utilised then much of the risk can be mitigated.
The Colan PAM antiviral, re-usable cloth masks are made using Metis PCA fibre, which is proven to inactivate SARS-CoV-2.
We asked 2,400 welders ten questions based on welding fume and respiratory protection. Their answers will surprise you.
Thousands of Queensland mineral mine and quarry workers will receive free mandatory respiratory health checks from 1 September in an effort to protect them from mine dust lung diseases.
Health and safety organisations and the ACTU are calling for the establishment of a national register for approved respirators, to protect Australians' health.
As with the other occupational hazards of welding, employers and employees can minimise the risk of inhaling welding fumes and airborne contaminants by using approved PPE.
Spanish researchers have raised concerns about increased incidences of silicosis and massive pulmonary fibrosis among those who have worked with artificial stone.
Social distancing and face masks reduce the spread of COVID-19 in healthcare settings and the general community, according to a review commissioned by the WHO.
The NSW Government has bought almost $1 billion worth of personal protective equipment, to help health workers battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Queensland Government has provided $1.2 million in financial assistance to Evolve Group, to produce disposable N95 masks in bulk for health workers.
Queensland is 'ramping up' its assistance to the state's COVID-19 impacted manufacturing sector, the government announced over the weekend.
The PureAir PhotoHydroIonisation cells can be retrofitted to air conditioners, to combat 97% of airborne viruses, mould and bacteria.