Australians suffer around 50,000 eye injuries every year even though many of them were wearing eye protection at the time of their injury.
The Extech UV505 pocket UV-AB and LT505 pocket light meters make quality measurements of visible and ultraviolet light more convenient and accessible.
More than half of Australians with chemical sensitivities lost work days or a job in the past year due to illness from fragranced products in the workplace.
Smartphone displays, computer monitors, TV screens — artificial sources of blue light are ever-present, both in our everyday working lives and in our private lives.
Exposure to silica dust in the workplace is causing a resurgence of the fatal lung disease known as silicosis.
Construction site workers are exposed to UV at five to 10 times the rate of indoor workers, according to research.
An antimicrobial medical glove that prevents the spread of infection has been developed with the help of a University of Nottingham microbiologist.
A mobile respiratory screening service provided by icare has visited Nowra workers who are exposed to hazardous substances such as asbestos.
Workers on the NorthConnex construction project now have access to vending machines that supply PPE equipment whenever it is needed.