Silica particles are much smaller than a grain of sand and are harmful to inhale into the lungs, making respiratory protection (powered respirators especially) vital.
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.
A study conducted in the United States has found that over half of noise-exposed workers do not use hearing protection when exposed to workplace noise.
The Queensland Government has introduced new regulations to ensure that all truck drivers and those using a freight pass have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
uvex safety has partnered with Seabin, offering its range of personal protective equipment to help monitor the health of our waterways.
On 20 September, the Victorian Government shut down construction in key areas, and the CFMMEU has condemned the attack on the CFMEU Victorian Branch Office.
Remote worker management company JESI, in partnership with Microsoft Australia and METS Ignited, has launched the 'Resources COVID Safe Commute Plan'.
A West Australian mining company has been fined after an employee was attacked by dingoes while working at its Pilbara mine site.
Designed in Melbourne, the screening kiosks will offer automated, touchless and accurate health screening for entry into facilities, along with temperature checking.
A new collaboration has seen wearable AI technology used to personalise the safety of individual workers for proactive injury management.