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Changes to NSW workers compensation scheme

NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property Dominic Perrottet has announced a $1 billion workers compensation reform package in a win for injured workers, employees and business across the State...

FIFO worker flies for mental health

Two young men have set to the skies and soared above and beyond to raise funds and awareness for beyondblue. Flight Beyond follows the journey of Adrian Luscombe, a 26-year-old medical student, and...

BALANCE OR BURNOUT?

Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety Group Partner Shae McCartney, and Lawyer Melissa Demarco talk about how to manage fatigue in the modern workplace. Preventing and managing fatigue in ever...

Karara Mining fined $40,000 for safety charges

Karara Mining Ltd has been fined $40,000 after pleading guilty to failing to provide a safe working environment. The sentence, handed down in Perth Magistrates Court on yesterday, was in relation to...

National Tradies Health Month in August

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) have declared August as Tradies National Health Month to engage and educate tradies on the importance of health and safety. According to data from the...

Have your say on explosives regulation future

The public comment period on explosives regulation in Australia is now open and Safe Work Australia is encouraging Australians to have their say through the Explosives Regulation in Australia:...

HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND

TREAT YOURSELF Seek ultimate relaxation on your hard earned days off by booking into a retreat. Whether it is by yourself, with your family or with a loved one – a wellness and health retreat...

New hotline for FIFO workers and families

Fly-in, fly-out workers seeking confidential alcohol and drug support can now access a free 24/7 counselling hotline, developed by the Western Australian Government, to provide assistance and advice...

Shane Webcke promotes work safety

Back in 1994 Queensland Rugby league legend Shane Webcke’s career and life were put on hold after his dad was killed at work. Today, as Queensland Safety Ambassador, Shane is sharing his story in a...

Two workers injured after arc flash

Two workers were injured in a Western Australian underground mine after an arc flash incident. An electrician and mechanical fitter were investigating water-overflow issues and found that a 90 kW...

Mt Gibson Mining fined $30,000

Mt Gibson Mining Ltd has been fined $30,000 after pleading guilty to failing to provide a safe working environment in Perth Magistrates Court on Monday. Department of Mines and Petroleum State Mining...

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