Australian researchers have developed a technique to lock up PFAS in contaminated soil.

One of the biggest occupational hazards for astronauts may seem mundane from our Earth-bound perspective - dust.

Reports say there has been a nationwide surge in new silicosis cases.

Research shows some rice being imported into Australia contains higher than the recommended levels of arsenic, absorbed from contaminated groundwater.

A toddler has become the first case of extensively drug-resistant typhoid in Australia.

Authorities have released Australia’s first online frailty map to highlight gaps in service.

Safe Work Australia has released a new guide for working with silica and silica containing products.

Serious questions have been asked about Australia’s biggest aged care provider.

The Senate has voted to establish a federal anti-corruption body.

A Canberra developer will pay a fine of $180,000 after a schoolboy broke his neck on a worksite.

The National Farmers Federation has again called for quadbike safety regulations.

WA WorkSafe is running a sweep of high risk pressure vessels in workplaces.

New research shows that soldiers have to care about robots they work with, but not too much.

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has been questioned about the hiring of a sex offender as a healthcare investigator.

Australia’s eSafety authorities are using new powers to remove abhorrent violent material online.

SafeWork SA has been told to change its policies after mishandling an investigation.

A Melbourne security company and its director have been fined $116,250 for abusing staff.

The annual number of paracetamol poisoning cases is ballooning.

WorkCover Queensland has engaged major universities for research on support for workers diagnosed with silicosis.

The federal government has missed a deadline for new biosecurity protections.

The recall of potentially deadly Takata airbag inflators is almost 80 per cent complete.

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