A Brisbane construction worker died after using an unguarded angle grinder.
After a worker was fatally electrocuted during an incident in far north Queensland, a company was charged with industrial manslaughter.
As Australia deals with the economic impact of COVID-19, cost management is more important than ever.
A man who forged electrical credentials and safety certificates has been prosecuted by Energy Safe Victoria.
Four electrical contractors have had their licences suspended due to safe work system breaches.
Comms Connect Melbourne has been postponed to 8–10 March 2022 due to concerns about ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks.
A compliance blitz on high-risk construction work will be launched by SafeWork SA in September.
Tradies are being urged to check in with their workmates and make sure they are coping mentally.
Those who wish to apply for the 2021 Energy Networks Industry Awards have until 16 August to do so.
Ten electrical licence holders have had action taken against them during April–May 2021, according to the Electrical Safety Office in Queensland.
Free tools designed to help contractors make the most of opportunities in the infrastructure sector have been developed by law firm Sharpe & Abel.
A recent building site inspection blitz by SafeWork NSW has uncovered an alarming number of issues.
In place of the deferred 2021 physical trade fair, Secutech's new digital event, Secutech Hybrid, is now live.