News & Events
The death of Ryan Donoghue in 2013 on a fishing vessel in the Gulf of Carpentaria has left a lasting legacy in the Australian commercial fishing industry.
A Darwin shipping company has been convicted and fined $190,000 in the Darwin Local Court after the death of the 37 year old deckhand Daniel Bradshaw.
2019 marks a milestone year for the electrical industry in Australia and New Zealand with the implementation of a new set of ASNZS3000 wiring rules.
Heatwave conditions are forecasted to continue in the NT for the next few days so businesses and workers are reminded to take precautions to guard against heat related illnesses.
The Workers' Rehabilitation and Compensation Advisory Council met on 8 November 2018. The Council gave approval for the following communique of the minutes to be published on the NT WorkSafe website.
If you need an electrician and you’re tempted by those Facebook posts advertising cheap electrical work, stop and ask yourself, is saving a few bucks worth risking your home or life if the person isn’t licensed?
The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice invites nominations for the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Advisory Council.
A Darwin based manufacturing and building company has committed to spend more than $200,000 to improve asbestos awareness and safety in the Northern Territory after being charged with illegal asbestos removal.
The 7th annual NT WHS symposium will be held at the Charles Darwin University, Casuarina Campus on October 25 and 26.
NT WorkSafe has been notified that a female Aboriginal Ranger has been taken by a crocodile approximately 206km south west of Yirrkala.