WorkSafe’s annual business roadshow comes to north-east Victoria this week with briefings being held at Shepparton (Wednesday) and Wodonga (Thursday).
A Mordialloc company has been fined $25,000 over an electric shock incident that left a worker with third degree burns to almost half of his body.
WorkSafe has released new guidance on the use of workplace angle grinders after 31 serious workplace injuries with them over the past 12 months.
WorkSafe will address businesses and workers in Inverloch today as part of a statewide campaign to raise awareness of workplace health and safety.
WorkSafe’s Deputy Chief Executive is speaking to Gippsland businesses in Sale today as part of a statewide campaign to raise awareness of workplace health and safety.
Three leading Victorian CEOs have gone undercover to see first hand the reality of workplace safety on the frontline with their workers and gain insights they would never have had sitting in their office.
Small businesses in Bairnsdale will receive visits from WorkSafe inspectors from 16 - 20 May.
A new WorkSafe campaign targeting regional Victoria showing the direct connection between safe work and the potential impact on individuals and the people around them has begun.
Small businesses in Preston have been pulled up for 94 workplace health and safety breaches during a five day campaign by WorkSafe inspectors.
WorkSafe Victoria has announced a solid result at its 2010/11 mid-year update, but warns that greater efforts are needed to keep the state’s workplaces safe.
WorkSafe inspectors will be visiting small businesses in Preston this March – and they’ll be expecting businesses to be prepared.
WorkSafe Victoria has imposed a condition on Esso’s licence to operate its Longford plant.
A man has died from crushing injuries while unloading a shipping container at a Kilsyth metal fabrication business today.
WorkSafe is taking a tougher approach to its calls for Victorians to value workplace safety with an emotional public awareness advertising campaign beginning on Victorian television screens tonight.
Fines totalling $260,000 have been imposed on two gold mining companies after a December 2007 underground explosion led to 10 workers being taken to hospital after miners were exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide.