Since its inception in 1870, Blundstone has prided itself on a spirit of innovation while providing consumers comfort and safety. The market leaders for safety footwear in Australia have launched in November the #322—the first boot of its kind in the brand’s safety range. The #322 has an innovative microfibre upper—a non-leather material that provides […]
The Victorian Government is launching Australia’s first licensing scheme for businesses working with engineered stone to protect Victorian workers from exposure to dangerous silica dust.
With a major source of transmission in Victoria’s latest outbreak now linked to construction sites, a massive compliance blitz is starting to ensure the sector remains open and COVIDSafe.
The Victorian Government is making it easier for workers impacted by deadly crystalline silica dust to get the care and support they need.
The Victorian Government is reminding employers of the importance of keeping vulnerable young workers safe, with the return of WorkSafe Victoria’s Unsafe is always unacceptable campaign.
The Victorian Government continues to lead the world in its response to combustible cladding with a ban on high risk cladding products on new multi-storey buildings coming into effect.
The Full Court of the Supreme Court of South Australia has rejected an appeal by James Hardie against a precedent-setting asbestos compensation claim, unanimously finding that the company owed the public a duty of care to warn them of the risks posed by in-situ asbestos cement products.
The State Government will strengthen regulations for family day care operators to improve child safety at residences with swimming pools, spas or water features.
In the lead up to Asbestos Awareness Week, Wingecarribee Shire Council is reminding home owners and renovators of the risks of asbestos.
Today (October 1 2020) is the start of National Safe Work Month— and while safety is always important this October provides a great opportunity to continue to talk about and promote safe and healthy worksites.