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View the Updated Work Related Fatality Figures

The latest Safe Work Australia fatality figures have been released and it indicates that 118 people have died on Australian work sites in 2018. The industry with the most fatalities was once again the transport, postal and warehousing industry with

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Statistics Reveal The Most Dangerous Jobs of 2018

SafeWork Australia has revealed which are the most dangerous industries in Australia, according to statistics and so far the transport, postal services and warehousing sector is the most deadly with 29 fatalities this year. Last year the agriculture, forestry and

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Key Report Released Showing Workplace Injuries, Diseases and Fatalities

Safe Work Australia has released the Key Work Health and Safety Statistics Australia 2018 report, providing a summary of statistics on national work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities. The report was released by Safe Work’s Chain Diane-Smith-Gander recently using data from

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Safe Work Australia Releases Latest Workplace Fatality Figures

Safe Work Australia has released the latest workplace fatality figures and according to it, 83 Australian workers have been killed on the job since the start of the year. The industry with the highest number of fatalities is the Agriculture,

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Prioritising Tradie Safety the focus of Safe Work this Month

Safe Work Australia has deemed August, Tradies Health Month, highlighting the importance of keeping tradespeople safe on the job. Chief Executive of Safe Work Australia, Michelle Baxter reminded employers that worksites for tradies were hazardous by nature and that they

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Safe Work Month Theme Revealed

The theme for this year’s National Safe Work Month in October has been announced by Safe Work Australia. The theme is  “A moment is all it takes”. According to Safe Work CEO Michelle Baxter, the theme sends the message that

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One Month – 10 Workplace Fatalities

Safe Work Australia has released the latest work related fatality figures and since the start of the year, as at 25 January 2019, there had already been 10 Australian workplace fatalities. In January, 7 workers were killed from the Transport,

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Workplace Death Toll Close to 2016 Toll

Safe Work Australia revealed that as at 22 December 2017, there had been 173 workplace fatalities across the nation for the year. In 2016, there were 182 Australian workers killed at work. At the time, the construction industry was responsible

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Death Toll Among Australian Workers High

According to the latest figures from Safe Work Australia, there have been 151 fatalities in Australian workplaces this year. The industry with the most fatalities was the transport postal and warehousing industry with 57 deaths. The agriculture, forestry and fishing

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October is National Safe Work Month

Safety is an issue that we should be addressing every single day on the work site but in the month October, there is an additional push towards making all working environments safer with National Safe Work Month. Safe Work Australia

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