A Brisbane demolition company has received a $6,000 fine for failing to ensure the health and safety of its employees while they were working, pleading guilty to the offence in
Calls for central register after multiple incidents of asbestos exposure across NSW public transport network
Health authorities and transport union bodies are calling for the Berejiklian Government to establish an online Hazardous Materials Register for NSW trains stations after reports that several workers had come
A Queensland asbestos remediation business has faced the Southport Magistrates Court for failing to comply with a non-disturbance notice relating to asbestos-containing material and a lack of an appropriate license.
A specialist demolition company has appeared in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court, facing six charges under the WHS Regulations for improper removal of asbestos-containing material. The charges relate to work the
The $250m construction project at Charles Darwin University in Darwin has been delayed after asbestos was discovered during excavation works at the site. Signage has been erected at the site,