The Government is seeking a tender for a new air traffic management platform in Australia.

New legislation has redefined the ‘worker’ in Australian law, after a decision which could impact future worker's compensation claims.

Pertinent information could help drivers stay safe at work, with advice for avoiding tyre fires.

On-the-spot fines will be issued for OHS breaches in the ACT, with new legislation to take place on Monday July 1.

Health and safety authorities have been forced to close another Australian school, following more reports of exposed asbestos in government buildings.

An expert advisory group has warned of safety dangers at at least seven brown coal mines in the Latrobe Valley.

The Transport Workers' Union says recent truck crashes are a reminder of the lethal pressures in Australia's most dangerous industry.

Transport bodies in Victoria and New South Wales have been praised for improvements to level crossing safety, with safety group Tracksafe giving its approval.

A new set of standards has been released regarding underground utilities.

Reports say Telstra could have a serious problem in the wings, with several workers saying they were repeatedly exposed to unsafe asbestos levels and practices.

The Fair Work Building and Construction agency will embark on a national audit of 100 companies next month; the sweep for non-compliant builders was announced overnight.

Maximising operational safety and minimising cost will be the topic of the Process Control & Industrial Automation Forum 2013, which starts in Melbourne on June 19.

Traffic and Highway Patrol Officers have had heavy transporters in their sights during Operation Austrans, the four week program aims to sweep all facets of heavy vehicle compliance.

Public comment is now open and submissions welcomed on proposed changes to the Work Health and Safety Code of Practice for Managing Risks in Stevedoring.

WorkCover NSW and WorkSafe Victoria have begun a joint safety project. They’re working with local construction businesses to raise safety standards on either side of the border.

A recent report has revealed a poor standard of asbestos identification and removal practices in Victorian schools.

A recent educational forum in Queensland has given valuable advice to business on minimising risk and preventing injuries at work.

The South Australian Government has announced it will commit $100 million to fund to improve road safety across the state in this year’s Budget. 

The Victorian WorkCover Authority (VWA) and WorkCover NSW have teamed up to deliver a joint safety project with local construction businesses to raise awareness of the similarities of safety legislation on either side of the border.

The Federal Government has announced the formation of the country’s first National Asbestos Exposure Register.

Queensland organisations will share in over $500,000 in funding to implement innovative programs aimed at making the state’s workplaces safer and healthier. 

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