Open mobile menu
For media enquiries contact 0466 504 507 or media.safework [at] sa.gov.au.
Subscribe to our eNews or our mining industry e-News and keep up-to-date on:
You will only be contacted by SafeWork SA.
SA Police were today fined $650,000 over the 2016 death of 54-year-old worker Debra Summers in a walk-in freezer at the Echunga Training Reserve, reduced to $390,000 due to the early plea.
SafeWork SA has agreed to accept an Enforceable Undertaking by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) following the death of Debra Summers at the Echunga Training Facility
Motor vehicle lift benches are commonly used in the automotive repair industry for straightening of motor vehicle chassis.
An engaging new video series by SafeWork SA aims to improve safety and awareness in the agriculture industry by focusing on the most common causes of injuries on our farms.
SafeWork SA has commenced a six-month audit campaign of Elevating Work Platforms (EWPs) in order to educate businesses and operators about their safety duties and enforce compliance with the law.
SafeWork SA is investigating the death of a farm worker who it appears fell into a silo at Kalanbi. No further details are available while the investigation is ongoing.
Employers with outdoor work are reminded to take measures to manage the risks associated with heat stress and solar UV radiation as South Australia's summer takes hold with hot weather forecasts th
SafeWork SA is attending the site and closely monitoring risks associated with suspected asbestos and loose debris as the site clean up and repairs are conducted.
The lead up to the end of the year is traditionally a high-risk period for all sectors of the construction industry in South Australia.