China will shut down a range of dyeing plants, oil refineries and pesticide producers to clean up its water supply.

A report by the Commonwealth Ombudsman says the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) needs to be more publicly accountable.

Tuesday was World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day, an important event to remind businesses of their safety obligations, and to remember those killed at work.

New rules in Western Australia will hold all parties in the supply chain accountable for mass, dimension and load restraint breaches.

Flinders University engineering students have unveiled ground-breaking new technology for detecting human life using remote cameras.

A street artist is taking an innovative approach to getting pot holes and dodgy roads fixed.

A recent survey has looked at the widespread work-related injuries and illnesses in the health industry.

Construction company John Holland has been fined $110,000 over an injury to one of its workers.

The Hazelwood mine fire inquiry will be re-opened to investigate the chance that smoke from the blaze caused premature deaths.

Public servants at Centrelink say they go to work every day in fear of violence, and are urging their bosses to boost security at the agency’s shopfronts.

Cycle safety advocates are looking to re-launch a sticker scheme after the death of a cyclist in Melbourne.

The WA Government wants to impose new maximum penalties for distracted drivers who cause fatal accidents, but some legal experts say they go too far.

New statistics from Safe Work Australia show 44 Australian workers have been killed at work since the beginning of 2015, with transport emerging as the most fatal sector once again.

The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum's Resources Safety Division has called for public comment on new guidelines covering tyre safety for earth-moving machinery.

Dozens of defects have been found in a sweep of Sydney’s waste management trucks.

Claims of shoddy roof design have led to legal action against the builders and engineers of Brisbane’s iconic Gabba sporting ground.

Australian businesses leaders have warned that ice addiction is growing among young professionals.

Eric Abetz says lawyers are teaming up with public servants to “rort” workers’ compensation.

A video game study could show how the human brain justifies murder.

Trendy Californians are happy to guzzle treated water, but local experts say it will need a re-branding before Australians are excited about recycled supplies.

Airservices Australia has been recognised for excellence and innovation in air traffic control training.

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