A man was flown to hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was electrocuted in a work accident on a Harston property on Tuesday.
A Seaford factory worker’s hand was crushed when he reached for a pen he dropped into a piece of heavy machinery, a court has heard.
NT WorkSafe has charged a cattle mustering contractor with four breaches of the Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Act 2011, over an incident where an 18-year-old worker was severely burnt when a 44-gallon Avgas drum exploded.
Gender-neutral facilities could become a requirement for all Victorian workplaces, pending the outcome of a WorkSafe review into its amenities and work environment compliance code.
A transport company has been fined $5000 for not reporting a serious workplace injury after an incident in which a worker was hospitalised for a week
Food delivery giants including Menulog and Deliveroo have committed to 50 new safety measures ahead of the release of a report into the industry that will recommend regulatory changes by the NSW government to reduce worker deaths.
WA’s workplace health and safety body has confirmed it will launch an investigation today into the Australian Medical Association’s claims of a “crisis” situation at Bunbury hospital.
A construction company has been fined half a million dollars over the death of a man working on the Barangaroo Ferry Hub project in 2017.
A worker fractured his skull after a fall but his “old-school” employer did not think that matter should have been reported, despite the injury putting the worker in hospital for a week, a court has heard.
A woman bullied so severely while working for the ACT Government that she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has won her discrimination battle.
A person was rushed to hospital by helicopter after a tractor accident at a property in the Lockyer Valley.