A refinery worker who had a close call has made an urgent plea to employees to ensure employers are protecting their safety so they don’t risk becoming a fatality statistic.
Month: February 2022
The 2021 case of Muller v Klosed Pty Ltd gives a good insight into how Victorian Courts assess personal injury compensation and the calculation of damages for injured workers where there is more than one defendant.
The South Australian Employment Tribunal has rejected a worker’s attempt to show that her employer should have provided her with alternative “suitable employment” following her recovery from an injury.
The workplace safety watchdog has confirmed it is investigating bullying claims levelled at the office of Premier Daniel Andrews by outgoing MP Kaushaliya Vaghela.
Parts of a crane have caused damage to luxury Main Beach tower PEARL, being developed by Raptis Group.
WorkSafe may be forced to share details of its investigation into Victoria’s disastrous hotel quarantine system— exposing the Premier and chief health officer.
WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of an 89-year-old farmer at Berkshire Valley – 200 kilometres north of Perth – late on Tuesday.
A Victorian mechanics business has been convicted and fined $210,000 after a petrol tanker detached from a truck and killed three people including a four-year-old.
Two Rio Tinto subsidiaries have been fined a total of $90,000 after a worker suffered injuries to his arm at a Dampier port facility in November 2017.
A 44-year-old man who was working in an anime store in Toowoomba’s CBD last night has died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
A NSW Health boss has fended off an accusation he runs one of the most dangerous health districts in the state after “flesh was torn” from a hospital worker’s body in a vicious attack.
Northern Territory government authorities have confirmed they are investigating allegations the former chief executive of a critical alcohol rehabilitation service in the NT town of Tennant Creek misused its resources and bullied an employee.