A coroner's report into the death of an INPEX worker last year finds guidelines around the wearing of safety harnesses at the scene were regularly ignored.
All WA ambulances will get new heart-starting defibrillator devices "as soon as practicable" after paramedics claim ongoing issues with the use of an existing defibrillator with a history of safety problems.
There is no requirement for Australian medical practitioners to disclose the benefits they receive from private interests such as medical device manufacturers, but Daniel Fleming — who has been a paid consultant for a breast implant manufacturer — argues that has to change.
Long-time elderly residents in Port Hedland are shocked over news that they will have to leave their homes.
Graeme Edwards died after being seriously burnt in an explosion at the Yallourn power station. He is being remembered as "kind hearted", popular and meticulous at his job.
Sydney Trains' ability to handle emergencies on its network needs "significant improvement", according to an internal report commissioned after a series of meltdowns on its network earlier this year.
An independent South Australian MP raises concerns about women's safety if Parliament votes tomorrow to deregulate shop trading hours.
The Federal Health Minister calls on state workplace regulators to immediately investigate the risks to stonemasons, who are contracting the silicosis lung disease after being exposed to dust while cutting stone kitchen benchtops.
Medical bodies are calling for other states and territories to urgently follow Queensland and conduct health screening of all past and present workers involved in cutting stone to make kitchen benchtops.
A former employee of the Northern Territory's Inpex Ichthys LNG project speaks out against the company, saying mental health and safety concerns often came second to getting the job done.