Builders across the Albury and Wodonga region are being urged to review safety on construction sites ahead of planned WorkSafe and WorkCover inspections in June.
WorkSafe Victoria has today welcomed 20 new inspectors to its frontline team.
More than 100,000 country footballers and netballers across the state are set for battle from this weekend when sirens blare to launch the 2015 football and netball seasons.
The rate of injuries in Victorian workplaces has reached a new record low, according to the half-yearly results released today by WorkSafe Victoria.
This is an exciting time of year as the Christmas holidays draw near and workplaces try to meet final deadlines so everyone can enjoy a well-deserved break.
The Victorian WorkCover Authority wants all Victorians to participate in Jobs At Home Day on 5 December by creating and wearing a special badge that highlights an important role they play at home.
Preventing falls from heights will be a key focus of a health and safety campaign being conducted at Echuca and Moama construction sites next week.
Thought-provoking speakers will join industry leaders to explore a range of issues challenging workplaces as part of VWA Health and Safety Week, beginning in Melbourne on 20 October.
Farm injury claims fell by more than 14 per cent in the past 12 months and are now at a 10-year low, according to new figures released today by the Victorian WorkCover Authority.
Understanding the benefits of the new Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 (WIRC Act) will be one of the key topics at employer education workshops being held across Victoria from this week.
- Record low safety results
- Continued strong financial sustainability
- Positive trends for return to work
Victorian businesses have been recognised for their achievements in health and safety, return to work and health and wellbeing across all industries at the Victorian WorkCover Authority 25th annual WorkSafe Awards announced today.
Finalists for the 25th annual WorkSafe Victoria Awards have been announced, showcasing outstanding commitment, leadership and innovation in workplace health, safety and return to work.
More than 40 seminars will take place across regional Victoria this year as part of Victoria’s leading safety event, Work Safe Week.
Victoria’s leading safety event, Work Safe Week, will be bigger and better than ever with 101 seminars designed to inform and empower employers and employees on health and safety issues at work.