Centurion Transport has spoken for the first time publicly about the tyre accident that resulted in the tragic death of a 66-year-old truckie in 2019.
Month: August 2021
The Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation (QDO) board asked us to investigate what happens when an unroadworthy registered motorbike/tractor is in an accident.
A Northern Territory cattle mustering contractor has been ordered to pay $20,000 in compensation to a young ringer who suffered severe burns in an AVGAS explosion on the remote Montejinni Station, 320 kilometres south-west of Katherine.
The Victorian Government has introduced on-the-spot fines for employers who put the health and safety of their workers at risk, to eliminate bad behaviour and help ensure every worker gets home safely.
Charges have been laid against one of the country’s biggest sugar millers after a worker was electrocuted on the job in Far North Queensland two years ago.
A 19-year-old man has died after an industrial accident at the Baiada poultry plant near Tamworth in north-west NSW.
There has been a concerning development with the process to prosecute the Victorian Government over the 2020 Hotel Quarantine breaches that lead to 801 deaths in Victoria.
A no-jab no-job policy will not be pursued by the federal government, which has said it is up to individual companies to make their own decisions about mandating vaccinations for staff.
Shepparton-based cannery SPC has become the first Australian company to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for all of its 450 onsite staff and visitors. The company’s decision has come off the back of the increased risk of transmission posed by the Delta variant of the virus.
Being out of work is tough, but even those who still have a job are not immune to the pressures the pandemic is putting on mental health.
A man has died in a workplace accident at Melbourne Market, the city’s wholesale fruit and vegetable market in Epping.