Delayed development of ISO 45001 OH&S Management System standard gives SIA Members an opportunity to comment on the proposed standard.
SIA Chairman Patrick Murphy honours the memory and contribution of prominent Melbourne barrister William ‘Ross’ Ray QC.
A fatal incident at Brisbane’s Airport Link project has cost construction company John Holland a $170,000 fine for breaching Commonwealth work health and safety laws.
A construction company in Victoria was recently convicted and fined $50,000 over an incident in which a concrete truck tipped over and seriously injured a worker after unknowingly setting up on top of a temporarily covered ventilation shaft.
Mesa West has been fined $20,000 in Perth Magistrates Court for failing to provide a safe working environment following an incident that killed a worker and seriously injured another at Fortescue Metals Group’s Christmas Creek iron ore mine.
While there is a general interest and curiosity about good work design and its link to OHS, most organisations have not determined a tactical or integrated approach to this, according to an expert in the area.
Almost every single worker in the agricultural sector workers has likely experienced exposure to at least one carcinogen, according to Safe Work Australia (SWA).
Employers that invest significantly in health and safety programs outperform other companies in the marketplace and have better stock market performance, according to a recent US study.
Injured workers will be eligible for two new benefits that provide further support for them to return to work in NSW.
The government needs to consider the uncertain safety outcomes associated with different applications of driverless cars, according to the National Transport Commission (NTC).
People with a work injury and the medical providers who treat them are being contacted by ReturnToWorkSA as part of a state wide program to help people transition from the scheme.
SIA CEO David Clarke reviews the 2016-17 Federal Budget from a 'Safety' perspective.
On Monday 9th May 2016, long-standing SIA Member Geoff McDonald was awarded the SIA’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award at Intersafe in Brisbane.
NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking by the trustee for the Northline Unit Trust (Northline), over an incident in April 2014, when a customer was severely injured by falling freight while a truck was being unloaded at the Gunbalanya service station.
South Australia’s Industrial Court recently issued its highest penalty against a single entity to date following an incident in which a worker suffered burns involving a caustic soda bath.
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