London will soon be policed by real-time facial recognition cameras.

The ABCC is increasing the number of workplace inspectors.

Labor is again pushing for a federal anti-corruption commission.

The owners of Queensland theme park Dreamworld have paid out millions in compensation, but are expected to pay several times more.

The world’s first public database of mine tailings dams has been launched to prevent deadly disasters.

A new study suggests regulations designed to limit lead levels in children may be working.

New microscopic sensors developed in Australia could make aircraft safer, improve the lives of diabetics and help those who rely on prosthetics.

The discovery of contaminated soil could see over 100 workers on Victoria’s West Gate Tunnel project sacked.

Homicide charges have been laid over a dam disaster last year that killed more than 250 people.

Almost one in five Queensland stonemasons appear to have a potentially deadly lung disease.

Reports say around 157 Australians died at work in 2019.

A cleaning company has been fined $30,000 after a worker fell 5.5 metres from the awning of a Victorian church.

Unions and business want more guidance on bushfire smoke at worksites and offices.

Experts say houses should not be built in bushfire-prone areas.

Blue Mountains City Council has accepted a $513,880 enforceable undertaking over alleged safety contraventions.

The NSW Government has proposed measures to clamp down on dodgy developers.

The true rate of assault on Northern Territory paramedics has been underreported, insiders say.

A new coronavirus first discovered in China is beginning to spread.

An inquest into the murder of a nurse in 2016 could lead to new measures for the safety of medical personnel.

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Toyota, Mazda and Suzuki are running voluntary recalls of more than 18,000 vehicles manufactured between 1996 and 1999 over airbag safety concerns.

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