Yet another workplace death, this time in country Victoria.
Month: October 2019
Negligent bosses could face up to 20 years in jail or multi-million-dollar fines over the suicide of their employees under workplace manslaughter laws proposed by the Victorian government.
A South Australian man has died after falling from a zip line in the Daintree Rainforest in Far North Queensland.
A Brisbane building company has been fined $110,000 after a worker fell and was impaled on a steel bar while constructing a Balmoral house.
Most of us would like to think no-one was harmed in the brewing of our favourite beer. That’s something to which Stone & Wood Brewing Co can attest, thanks to its emphasis on workplace safety at its northern NSW facilities.
Investigators have found as much as 10 million litres of dangerous chemicals still sitting in a burned out Melbourne warehouse more than a year after the fir
A recent study showing workers injured early in their employment are more likely to file future workers compensation claims than other workers has experts weighing the root cause of repeat claims.
Construction workers were injured and “concrete bullets” fired into a car during an industrial explosion at a CBD worksite on Saturday afternoon.
A Queensland man has had part of his hand re-attached after it was severed during a horror workplace incident.
A building company has been fined $47,500 (and ordered to pay $1519 in costs) over an incident in which a 3.88-tonne tilt-up panel fell from a building under construction onto a neighbouring car park.
The operator of a tyre recycling facility has been convicted and fined $80,000 after a young father was left with life-changing injuries.
The Northern Territory’s largest bus operator is facing a litany of charges over the death of a bus driver who died after falling into the path of her own tour bus.