Residents of one Victorian town have told Australia Post what they think of safety regulations.

WorkSafe Victoria is laying charges against three businesses over their response to a landslip that left a giant hole in Mt Waverly.

WorkSafe WA says responsibility does not stop for the festive season.

Victoria’s anti-corruption commission says drug use is a “widespread and serious problem”.

Public health officials say that as the length and severity of hot weather increases, work practices must change.

Businesses, academics and experts want nuclear waste dump talks to stay active.

An international study says depression affects nearly a third of all med students.

Disability advocates are concerned about WA’s state NDIS model.

New research says a common delirium drug is ineffective at best.

Workplaces will be encouraged to employ people with disabilities, fund leadership and create ...

Safe Work Australia has outlined new standards for the labelling of hazardous chemicals.

Nanotechnology could be the solution to dust problems in industrial areas.

The CFMEU has started poking holes in plans for a renewed Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC).

Engineers have taken tips from nature to inform new sensor designs.

This year’s list of the top 10 subsidised drugs is out.

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