National Safe Work Month

This National Safe Work Month, Safe Work Australia asked workplaces across the country to make health and safety a permanent part of their workplace culture.

An information sheet about coal workers’ pneumoconiosis and mine dust diseases including the symptoms, causes and risk factors as well as information for persons conducting a business on undertakin

This National Safe Work Month, Safe Work Australia asked workplaces across the country to make health and safety a permanent part of their workplace culture.

October is National Safe Work Month—a time to commit to building a safe and healthy workplace.

Being healthy and safe means being free from physical and psychological harm.

A person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must, so far as reasonably practicable, identify and manage any risks to health and safety in the workplace. 

A person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU), he has a duty under work health and safety (WHS) laws to minimise the risks to his workers’ health in the workplace. 

An information sheet about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease including the symptoms, causes and risk factors as well as information for persons conducting a business on undertaking on how to ma

An information sheet about Q fever including the symptoms, causes and risk factors as well as information for persons conducting a business on undertaking on how to manage these risks at work.

An information sheet about asbestosis and mesothelioma including the symptoms, causes and risk factors as well as information for persons conducting a business on undertaking on how to manage these