A temporary structure at ‘The Parade’ site in Campbell, gave way about 3.30pm yesterday.
Month: March 2020
A Penrith manufacturer has copped a heavy fine after a worker was seriously injured on the job.
An RSPCA Tasmania employee has lost his fight for a workers’ compensation claim he filed on the date of his retirement.
Solar 2.0 Pty Ltd has been charged with two breaches of section 21(1) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for failing to maintain a working environment that was safe and without risks to health.
A man has died at Yea after his vehicle rolled down a hill while he was weed spraying.
Quad bike suppliers are pulling out of Australia in the lead-up to new safety legislation, but farmers and graziers remain divided on the measures.
One man is dead and another seriously injured after falling several metres in workplace accident in WA’s south-east.
BHP boss Mike Henry has slammed the Fair Work Commission after it found the company was wrong to sack a worker who told an offensive “joke” at work.
A strapper working for racehorse trainer Danny O’Brien’s stable has died after the horse he was riding was hit by a car south of Geelong this morning.
A Goldfields worker has died after being crushed in a worksite accident.
A qualified carpenter working on a Gold Coast house has been fined $20,000 over a workplace incident which left his apprentice with a fractured leg.
Concerns have been raised about the culture of residential workplace safety in the ACT after the death of a man at a construction site in Denman Prospect.
The mining industry was exempt from industrial manslaughter laws three years ago but now Queensland’s Mines Minister wants it included, so senior safety officers could be jailed for up to 20 years if a worker is killed on the job.
The worker sustained injuries in a motor vehicle accident on his way to see a doctor. Was he entitled to workers’ compensation for those injuries?