News & Events
NT WorkSafe is urging all workplaces across the Territory to urgently check that the septic tank lids on their property are safe and secured. In the last eight months, two children have fallen into septic tanks at separate commercial establishments in the Northern Territory.
NT WorkSafe has charged the City of Palmerston with nine breaches of the Northern Territory’s Work Health and Safety Laws after a near drowning incident of one it its workers.
NT WorkSafe is issuing a warning to workers in the construction industry, not to modify scaffolding if they are not authorised to do so.
Some NT WorkSafe regulated licences are now covered by the Automatic Mutual Recognition (AMR) scheme in the Northern Territory.
The Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Advisory Council (the Council) met on Thursday, 4 November 2021.
NT WorkSafe has been conducting compliance checks for this year’s show circuit to ensure that Territory families and visitors have a great and safe show experience.
Northern Territory businesses, industries, workers and interested parties are invited to express their views on the evidence and impact of the options outlined in the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement to manage the risks of respirable crystalline silica at work.
NT WorkSafe has received a notification that a worker in Nhulunbuy suffered a crush injury to his leg on Wednesday morning.
NT WorkSafe urges residents and visitors celebrating with fireworks on Territory Day to do so safely and responsibly.
NT WorkSafe reminds workers that it is their responsibility to keep their WorkSafe issued licenses current and to not let them expire.