News & Events
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has issued a media release warning members of the public of the potential dangers posed by toxic canisters that have been reported washing up on Australian beaches.
Northern Territory businesses and workers are encouraged to have their say on proposed amendments to the Work Health and Safety legislation with the public comment period starting today.
The Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency has released a consumer and retailer alert after trace amounts of asbestos have been detected in some brands of children's crayons that have been imported into Australia.
Significant amendments were made to the NT 'Workers' Rehabilitation and Compensation Act' following completion of the review of the scheme in 2014.
Businesses, industries, workers and the wider community are encouraged to express their views about how explosives are regulated across Australia and on any issues differences in explosives legislation across Australian jurisdictions may have for them.
In the lead up to 2015 Territory Day, it has been announced that there will be an increase in the fines for people caught illegally possessing fireworks.
Holders of an OHS Licence issued between 1 January 2005 and 30 June 2010 are reminded to upgrade to a High Risk Work Licence before 30 June 2015.
NT WorkSafe has issued a safety alert reminding residents carrying out repairs or maintenance in their homes not to carry out electrical work unless they are appropriately licenced.
A new guide has been produced to assist the Northern Territory Seafood Industry understand and manage their work health and safety requirements. The guide was produced in collaboration between NT WorkSafe and the Northern Territory Seafood Council.
The Top End is currently experiencing very hot weather conditions and businesses and workers are reminded to take precautions to guard against heat illness.