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While progress has been made in managing critical psychosocial risks in recent years, there is still much room for improvement when it comes to managing these risks in most organisations, according to EY.
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A Victorian occupational health and safety training organisation has been convicted and fined $200,000 for falsifying scaffolding and forklift training records.
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Supervisors and managers who help employees focus on risks, stay vigilant, and be more creative about safety are more likely to improve safety behaviour in the workplace, according to new research from Curtin University.The researchers have also produced
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Workers affected by a mental health injury take up to three times longer to return to work than those suffering a physical injury, according to new research.A Monash University study found that each year in Australia there are 7500 successful compensation
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Health and safety incidents have become the leading financial loss drivers for businesses around the globe, with cumulative losses now outstripping the costs of more high-profile disruptions such as cyber-attacks or IT outages, according to the latest res
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Following a decision from an independent arbitrator, Standards Australia have announced that any extended distribution agreement with SAI Global would be “non-exclusive” – a win for Australian businesses.Currently, SAI Global own an exclusive 15-year lice
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In a move that’s set to bolster the commercial drone industry, the U.S.
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Safe Work Australia has released the latest data relating to work-related fatalities, workers’ compensation claims, and comparative jurisdictional performance.The reports now available are:Comparative Performance Monitoring report 20th edition Part 1 – Wo
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Worldwide airline fatalities jumped over 900 per cent in 2018, with the Aviation Safety Network (ASA) recording a total of 15 fatal airline crashes that resulted in 556 deaths – the highest number since 2014.Despite the sharp increase, 2018 was still the
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The New Zealand Government has rolled out a new workplace health and safety strategy for the next decade, which includes a broader definition of work-related harm.Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway said although the nation had made
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