The isolation period for people with COVID-19 has been reduced to five days, with some caveats.
Month: August 2022
The bus company once responsible for a third of Melbourne’s services has been fined for discrimination against a worker.
A man has suffered serious facial burns and lacerations in a workplace incident in Adelaide.
A Moree based agribusiness has been convicted and fined $40,000 after two workers, including one European backpacker, were hurt at one of the company’s properties when part of a trench collapsed in 2017.
A Tasmanian transport company has been fined $45,000 after it polluted a creek in the state’s northwest, killing fish.
A woman who lost her partner in a workplace incident – which could have been prevented if safety gear was hired for $700 – has implored employers to put the safety of their workers above all else.
A young woman has been left with horrific injuries after her arm was crushed in a roller at work.
Elite Portables and PSH Holdings director Paul Jeffrey Hansen fined in Toowoomba Magistrates Court after worker was seriously injured
An employee of a Toowoomba business lost four toes in a workplace incident two years ago, with the company and its director copping a hefty fine after facing court.
Emergency services raced to the scene of a workplace accident in southwest Sydney after one tonne of timber fell onto a worker, who suffered a partial amputation and degloving of two fingers and a thumb.
A stonemason has been crushed by a sandstone block while he was working at a high school in Sydney’s inner west.
In two separate cases, the NSW District Court has handed down large fines in fatality matters.