Latest work safety News

$400,000 Fine For Exposing Workers To Silica Dust
Steel Fabricator To Spend $170,000 After Crane Incident
Fire and Rescue NSW engages food delivery industry, warning of e-bike dangers
WorkCover Queensland customers continue to benefit from one of Australia’s lowest average premium rates
$180,000 In Fines After Student Drowns On School Camp
$650,000 Fine After Fatal Road Safety Barrier Crush
Safety Shortcut Ends In Serious Injury, $40,000 Fine
New Guidance, Inspections Target Forklift Safety
Work Health And Safety Laws – Clarified And Stronger
Victorians Urged To Seek Engineered Stone Alternatives
UMM Inspires Young People To Stay Safe At Work
Hospital Fined $160,000 After Patient’s Death
Company’s ‘failure to provide’ results in $24,000 workers’ comp fine
Call For Input For Return To Work Victoria Pilots
Companies Fined $250,000 After Concrete Blowout
Border Blitz Focuses On Mental Health And Falls Safety
Farm Charged After Fatal Seed Bag Crush
Worker Convicted Over $75,000 Fake Documents Swindle
Scott’s Refrigerated Logistics Pty Ltd fined $800,000 following heavy vehicle changeover fatality
Worker Fatally Crushed By Feed Bags
Truck Driver Slugged $85,000 For Compensation Fraud
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Solar Installer Fined $40,000 For Ignoring Falls Risk
Rubber company fined $450,000 after fatal blow to worker  
Council In Court After Failing To Lodge WorkCover Claim
Director Charged After Driving Ute With Teen In Toolbox
Company Fined $40,000 After Worker’s Hand Crushed
$40,000 Fine After Worker’s Arm Caught In Shredder
Company Fined $40,000 After Worker Trapped Under Gate
New Safety Laws For Quad Bikes
Trade Breakfast To Serve Up Safety Tips Ahead Of Blitz
Ballooning company fined after worker falls through roof  
Charges Over Student’s Death On School Trip
Worker Dies After Tragic Spike In Construction Falls
Company fined $150,000 for failing to adhere to electrical safety regulations
$140,000 Fine After Steel Beams Fall On Truck Driver
Metal Finisher Charged After Fatal Crush
WorkSafe Investigates Fatal Mine Collapse
WorkSafe Half-year Results 13 March
NSW Government provides free Asbestos Awareness and Safety short course to Australians
Engineered Stone Ban In Effect From 1 July 2024
Conviction after fall leaves worker with spinal injuries  
Builder Charged After Fatal Factory Fall
Sun to shine on rooftop solar installations as SafeWork blitz begins
Minister welcomes historic fine for standing down Health and Safety worker over COVID concerns
Spate Of Serious Injuries Leads To $545,000 Fine
WorkSafe Investigates Fatal Crane Crush
Awards highlight best and brightest in health and safety