New research shows clear communication is essential for first responders in order to keep themselves and their colleagues safe from near misses while attending crash sites.
The guidance from Safe Work Australia comes as Gladys Berejiklian suggests people might need to be vaccinated to go on a flight or enter hospitality venues
On 31 August 2020, Mr McLean pleaded guilty in the Brisbane Magistrates Court to 10 charges of dishonesty in relation to a claim for compensation made under the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003. On 19 November 2020, Mr McLean received a prison sentence for the offences. He appealed the decision in the District Court.
A man has been crushed to death in a shocking incident at a storage facility in Dandenong South.
NT WorkSafe has charged a Darwin mobile crane hire company over a serious incident where two workers suffered crush injuries.
The campaign’s key message – “It’s never you, until it is” – aims to challenge a common mindset among farmers and agriculture workers that a serious incident won’t happen to them.
A man and arborist have been left battered and bruised after they allegedly went head-to-head in a fight over a tree in Oakleigh South.
A man has been crushed to death while operating machinery in a horror accident at a metal fabricator in Melbourne.
An electrical company and its director have been fined $81,000 after “failures in the workplace” led to the death of fourth-year apprentice electrician, Derick Suratin.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating a diesel fuel tank explosion that led to the death of a 35-year-old man. The incident occurred at a part-time engine repair business at Fieldstone on 15 February 2021.
As an employer you have a requirement to help an injured employee continue to work, or return to work, as part of their recovery from injury or illness. As part of their recovery, you must actively participate in the development of a ‘Return to Work Plan’ for each employee that sustains an injury at your …
A flooring business has been fined $35,000 and its director given a 12-month court ordered undertaking after it was found the company had failed to follow its own Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) for a building project, putting public health at risk.
The man critically injured in a distillery fire south of Launceston on Tuesday has been identified as prominent Tasmanian golfer Greg Longmore.
Agriculture company Hay Australia has halted all work at its Bridgewater plant until further notice.
A man has been killed in a horrific workplace accident, after an object fell from a crane onto him.