A record low rate of workplace injuries and ongoing improvements in scheme management have helped deliver a sound 2012/13 financial result for WorkSafe Victoria.
Assistant Treasurer Gordon Rich-Phillips has congratulated the first of eight finalists who have been nominated as leaders in workplace health and safety and will contest the WorkSafe Awards in October this year.
Passionate people and innovative organisations making positive differences in workplaces are being urged to enter this year’s WorkSafe Awards.
The daily struggles of an injured worker trying to get back to work are the centrepiece of a new WorkSafe campaign aimed at promoting the benefits of returning to work as soon as it is safe to do so.
WorkSafe has launched a major new campaign today to help injured workers get back on their feet and back to work.
Friday February 15 is Jobs at Home Day – a community initiative that recognises the importance of safety at work, by celebrating the jobs we do at home.
A Chelsea Heights fitness club was fined $7000 after it failed to help an injured worker get back to work.
A jam-packed program to help promote the benefits of health and safety in the workplace will kick off later this month as part of Victoria’s leading safety event, Work Safe Week.
Finalists for the 24th annual WorkSafe Victoria Awards have been announced following a record number of entries in 2012.
Tullamarine company Allmore Constructions has signed up for an innovative WorkSafe
Melbourne’s west is hosting the first of this year’s Employer Return-to-Work Network meetings on 22 February.
A free workshop to help people responsible for helping injured workers return to work will be held in Melbourne’s CBD on 7 July.
The state’s best in workplace safety, health and return to work have been recognised in the annual WorkSafe Awards.
Health professionals play a critical role in getting injured workers back on the job, a recent survey has found.