Changes to WorkSafe’s Agents Panel have resulted in some injured workers claims management being transferred from CGU and GIO.
New Awards structure offers more opportunities for individuals and businesses
Businesses or workers who are making a difference to safety, health and wellbeing and return to work in their workplace are being given the opportunity to be recognised more than ever before.
Strong winds overnight caused damage across much of Victoria prompting a WorkSafe warning for planning and care during today’s clean up.
WorkSafe Victoria has today announced the panel of Agents to manage its premium and claims from 1 July 2011.
The state’s best in workplace safety, health and return to work have been recognised in the annual WorkSafe Awards.
A new WorkSafe campaign targeting regional Victoria showing the direct connection between safe work and the potential impact on individuals and the people around them has begun.
Three leading Victorian CEOs have gone undercover to see first hand the reality of workplace safety on the frontline with their workers and gain insights they would never have had sitting in their office.
Victoria’s workers compensation average insurance premium rate will remain at 1.338% of employers’ remuneration for the next financial year.
Health professionals play a critical role in getting injured workers back on the job, a recent survey has found.
WorkSafe Victoria has recorded its lowest-ever injury claims rate and continued its solid financial performance over the past financial year.
A man who defrauded WorkSafe and the Transport Accident Commission by using fake university certificates to register as a psychologist has been jailed today.
A confronting new campaign which shows what could happen if Victorians aren’t aware of serious health risks urges employers to sign up for free WorkHealth checks and help keep their workers healthy and happy.
Former Australian Olympic swimmer Michael Klim is urging Victorians to help more injured people make a "comeback" to the workplace.
Victoria’s increasing mouse population is moving into haystacks potentially making them unstable, WorkSafe warns.
A wet winter along with rummaging rodents is turning stacks and individual bales into a serious hazard where mice have dug into and eaten the stacks, undermining their stability and solidity.
The deaths of two men in work-related circumstances and a few “near misses” have prompted WorkSafe to renew calls of the importance of workplace safety.