The Sensear Intrinsically Safe Double Protection Headset (IS-SDP) integrates communications capabilities into a hearing protection device designed for industrial environments.
The Ironman Hybrid steel and concrete safety barrier system is the first fully crash-tested and approved, non-anchored temporary barrier system available in Australia. Ironman Hybrid is economical and simple to deploy with individual sections that easily connect together.
Safety is unconditional at McColl's Transport, where a new safety-first mindset has dramatically reduced time lost to injuries from vehicle accidents, WorkCover claims and insurance premiums, demonstrating that investing in safety makes good business sense, as this 2013 case study shows.
An RMIT University researcher has produced a practical and innovative star-rating system for international road safety that will ultimately help to make roads safer.
In the spirit of the new year and the traditional practice of making resolutions, myosh safety management software has delivered a list of 10 activities all businesses can undertake to ensure a safer workplace in 2015.
A major new study for the European Commission has found considerable potential safety benefits and low costs for the installation of electronic data recorders (EDRs) in cars, vans and trucks.
Safe Work Australia is making its Virtual Seminar Series (VSS) presentations available for general viewing.
When you operate a fleet of vehicles, you are at risk of road accidents which can injure your drivers, slow down your business and inflict undesirable costs.
The cliché tells us there is safety in numbers, but for many solo workers, travelling in a pack simply isn't an option.
The ACCC has advised a product recall on INFINITY branded TPS & Orange Round Electrical Cables (Second Tranche). The recall applies to all INFINITY branded Infinity TPS (flat and flexible) and Orange Round low-voltage electrical cables of all sizes, configurations and models that are polymeric insulated and PVC sheathed/insulated.
Continuing a worrying trend, the transport industry has once again topped the nation's work-related fatality numbers. According to Safe Work Australia (SWA), 140 Australians have been killed at work this year (as at 21 October), 37 of those from the transport and storage group.
According to the NRMA, one in three drivers convicted of a first offence for drug driving are getting off scot-free.
According to the National Road Safety Partnership Program, a Central Queensland University study has uncovered a dangerous pattern in the driving habits of tired mine workers.
According to research from the Oil & Gas Producers Association, a massive 80 to 95% of vehicle accidents are caused by human error. In recent years over 30% of workplace fatalities in industries like oil and gas were transport related; and incidents relating to driver fatigue are reported as being on the increase.
The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is once again hosting an international conference on Occupational Safety in Transport on the Gold Coast.