The managing director of a recycling plant where a worker’s arm was torn off at the socket has been handed a $70,000 fine over the incident.
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The league will turn back the clock by 12 months as it ups the ante to eliminate a disturbing culture which had failed female umpires. A leaked email reveals how it is expected to work.
A Melbourne manufacturer has been slugged with a $600,000 fine over the death of a young apprentice, who suffocated in a tanker just 10 days after starting a work placement.
Is it acceptable to dismiss an injured worker once all reasonable accommodations and options have been considered? If yes, what exactly is considered reasonable?
One person is believed to have died following an incident at Wahring.
A cheese processing and packaging business in Victoria has been slapped with a $50,000 fine after two workers had fingers amputated while on the job.
It comes as the findings of an inquiry investigating the sexual abuse plaguing WA’s mining sector are set to be laid bare within days.
Corporate retreats are coming under fire for reports of injuries and out-of-control partying.
Two directors of the company responsible for the care of Annie Smith have been charged with criminal neglect over her death in squalor – and been released on $20,000 bail agreements.
The company was fined $300,000 for failing to provide a safe system of work and $150,000 for failing to provide information, instruction or training.
A Hamilton nursery has admitted it failed to provide a safe workplace after its worker became caught between a machine and a conveyer belt.
A worker has died in a serious accident at a Metricon building site in Walkerville, reportedly involving an electrical box.