Unions have announced strike action at Chevron gas operations in WA.

Experts have called for changes to attract new people to the mining sector.

New technology can rapidly detect infected wounds.

A WA company has been fined for poisoning workers.

Australia Post data suggests a postie suffers a job-related injury at least once a week.

Two contractors in the NT claim they were instructed to continue spraying contaminated drill rig water for up to five days, despite knowing its hazardous nature.

Hundreds of families will be offered compensation for issues with Cochlear hearing implants in South Australia.

Japan is preparing to release treated nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean.

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is running a survey to assess the extent of educator sexual assault and harassment.

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has launched criminal proceedings against Newcrest's Cadia gold mine.

A Victorian transport company has been convicted and fined $110,000 after two drivers were injured in separate milk tanker incidents in 2020.

New research shows an increased cancer risk from low-dose radiation exposure at work.

The new CEO of Comcare says he is prioritising workplace dignity.

WorkSafe Victoria and SafeWork NSW are joining forces for a cross-border construction blitz.

The eSafety Commissioner says children have started using AI to bully their peers.

The Federal Government has, for the first time, set targets for ending violence against women and children.

The Department of Defence faces a $1.5 million fine over a crocodile attack.

Broome Regional Prison's future is uncertain amidst serious safety concerns.

Mining company Middlemount Coal Pty Ltd has been fined $70,000 in connection with a fatal incident.

Air pollution from fires and farming have been linked to increased dementia risk.

The Federal Government appears to have scrapped plans for a nuclear waste dump in regional South Australia.

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