A farmer has died on a cattle farm at Kergunyah today, after falling from a quad bike.
WorkSafe Victoria has issued an urgent call for renewed vigilance by the farming community following the deaths of two men working with tractors on Sunday.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the death of a self-employed diesel mechanic on his property in Edenhope on Sunday afternoon.
WorkSafe Victoria today honoured Victorians who lost their lives in work-related incidents in the past 12 months.
A Melbourne waste recycling company has been convicted and fined $450,000 over the death of an employee who was struck by the bucket of a 20-tonne front end loader.
Businesses and employees with a demonstrated passion for improving workplace health and safety are encouraged to enter the 2015 WorkSafe Victoria Awards.
A Melbourne bakery company that failed to replace guarding on a dough processing machine was convicted and fined $60,000 following an incident in which an employee had his arm severed.
An appeal over the inadequacy of a fine handed out to a recycling company following the death of an employee in 2012 has been upheld in the County Court.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating the death of a truck driver in Footscray on Saturday morning.
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.
Around 114 golfers braved windy conditions at Torquay to help raise more than $20,000 to buy two chemotherapy pods for Barwon Health’s Andrew Love Cancer Centre.
A young worker died yesterday afternoon after a trench collapsed at a construction site in Cranbourne East.
WorkSafe Victoria is contacting construction employers in the Mildura region to alert them that a week of concentrated worksite visits will begin later this month.
A Mansfield manufacturer was convicted and fined $35,000 in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court this week over an incident in which a welder was seriously injured when a 44-gallon drum exploded.