A worker in Melbourne’s CBD has been wheeled from a building on a stretcher with a bloodied face, after a truck’s concrete pump exploded.
Month: June 2021
Injured workers in South Australia will be badly affected by proposed changes to the workers’ compensation laws which are being made without proper scrutiny, say lawyers.
A man has died and two others were rushed to hospital after two trains collided in Central Queensland.
A solar panels installer has been fined $300,000 after a harnessed apprentice fell to his death through a warehouse skylight at a job in the Hunter region.
Investigations are underway following the tragic death of 60-year-old Nigel Harris, who was killed on impact when a vehicle veered off the track and into spectators at the Finke Desert Race.
A man has died following a tragic workplace accident at a poultry processing plant in Adelaide’s northern suburbs.
Safety investigators are probing whether the driver of a train that derailed in Wallan last year knew there was a track diversion in place at the site of the accident, with an interim report into the horrific crash released on Thursday.
A man has been killed in a workplace related incident while conducting construction works at a popular bowling alley in Brisbane’s southwest.
The CareFlight rescue helicopter was called to an accident at Balgowlah Heights.
The Royal Australian Mint has been charged with breaching the federal Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (WHS Act), after a three-tonne coin press almost fell on a worker in Canberra.
A worker is in a serious condition after he was struck by sheets of reinforcing metal at the bottom of a 5m deep excavation.
Why is it that Victorians, perhaps more specifically Melburnians, are having such a bad time with Covid in comparison to the other states? Why is this fourth lockdown occurring?