Women and children are on the front line of the next generation of asbestos-related disease as young families run the risk of dangerous exposure via home renovations including replacing old fences.
As a fencing contractor, you are responsible for third party bodily injury and property damage that occurs due to your activity or that of your business.
The Ford Motor Company has recalled nearly 90,000 of their Ranger vehicles.
Scientists are asking people to check their rainwater tanks, after new research revealed unsealed and damaged tanks could expose millions of Australians to the risk of mosquito-borne infectious diseases like dengue fever.
The Victorian Government is warning farmers and earthmoving contractors to be safe around dams following two serious incidents in April 2019, including a fatality.
The quarterly recall figures for Takata airbags reveal steady progress is being made in the recall but the ACCC is warning motorists not to become complacent.
Australians travelling overseas should consult their doctor, at least two weeks before they leave home, to ensure they are vaccinated against measles.
As the farming community comes to terms with the death of two children in quad bike accidents, the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is urging all farmers to take extreme care when using quad bikes or consider using safer farm vehicle alternatives.
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is joining the police and Transport for NSW in urging motorists to drive safely over the holidays.
Easter brings out the opportunity to DIY, but QLD Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham just wants everyone to keep safety top of mind before they break out the toolbox and ladder.