News & Events
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.
The Northern Territory’s Work Health Authority, Mr Bill Esteves has resigned to take up the role of Chief Executive Officer with a Queensland Government owned commercial statutory authority.
NT WorkSafe has received a spate of notifications this year involving machine (plant) operators making contact and in the majority of cases bringing down overhead power lines.
Amendments have been made to the Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Regulations 2011, more specifically the regulations dealing with general construction induction training cards or ‘white cards’.
The Work Health and Safety Advisory Council met on 2 December 2021.
The following items were discussed:
As the central region gears up for winter, NT WorkSafe reminds residents to ensure that their gas heating appliances are working properly to keep them warm and safe.
NT WorkSafe has been notified of a number of vehicle incidents involving National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service providers and participants in recent months.
Nominations are open for interested persons to join the Work Health and Safety Advisory Council and the Scheme Monitoring Committee.
The Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency is consulting on the new Guidelines for communicating about asbestos risk which have been developed by the Agency in consultation with a broad range of stakeholders.