Safe Work NSW

Newcastle Airport takes the lead in creating a mentally healthy workplace

Newcastle Airport CEO Dr Peter Cock has officially been welcomed on board as an ambassador for the NSW Government’s Mentally Healthy Workplace Strategy 2018-2022.

Forklift safety blitz to improve business safety

More than 230 businesses across Sydney were issued with 225 enforcement notices by SafeWork NSW inspectors as the workplace-safety regulator conducted its latest blitz on forklift-safety.

SafeWork NSW commences blitz on machine guarding

This week SafeWork NSW commences its machine guarding safety blitz focussing on at-risk businesses in the manufacturing sector as part of its ongoing commitment to improve work health and safety practices.

Have your say on the NSW draft formwork code of practice

The NSW Government is seeking feedback on a draft formwork code of practice, which aims to provide practical guidance for workers and businesses when working with formwork and falsework.

Quad bike campaign sends chilling message

Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation, Kevin Anderson MP, has today launched the second phase of an advertising campaign, aimed at reducing death and injury on quad bikes.

Health and safety on farms to be easy as ABC

A new A-Z Farm Safety Guide, designed to help farmers improve health and safety across their operations, was launched in Central West NSW today.

Newcastle building company found guilty of failing to protect workers from falls

A Newcastle building company has been found guilty of failing to provide adequate fall protection to avoid its workers from falling from heights.

Remembering those lost to ensure safety of workers

On the International Day of Mourning SafeWork NSW joined with Unions NSW to remember those who tragically lost their lives in the workplace.

Dubbo farming company fined $180,000 after worker became trapped in machine

A Dubbo company which produces farm animal feed has been fined $180,000 after a worker became entangled in a machine, seriously injuring his hand.

Sydney earthmoving company fined $90K after worker crushed by dump truck

A Sydney earthmoving company has been fined $90,000 after a 26-year-old man was crushed underneath the body of a dump truck and was left with serious injuries.


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