Daniel Andrews has added yet another Labor mate to Victoria’s financially troubled workplace safety watchdog in another cynical move to hide his own wrongdoing.
Month: September 2022
In 2019, a client of ROCHE Legal in their late 50’s was working as a disability support worker. The support worker was unfortunately injured at work when assisting an elderly resident in a well-known disability support and aged care facility take a shower. Specifically, the injury occurred when the support worker slipped in the shower causing the worker to lose balance and twist their knee.
A 16-year-old boy is recovering in hospital from serious injuries after being hit by a falling sheet of plywood at his workplace in Henderson.
WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of a 59-year-old farmer at a property 20km north of Esperance on Thursday.
The 32-year-old delivery truck worker has lost his leg and is now fighting for life in a terrifying ordeal on Thursday. The delivery driver was unpacking the truck when a Toyota Tarago crashed into the back of it crushing him against the truck.
A young man has suffered serious injuries after falling 25 meters from a boardwalk at Coolum Beach.
A Seymour car dealership has been fined $40,000 after a worker suffered skull fractures and bleeding on the brain following an incident involving a forklift.
Just after 11.30am this morning (Saturday, 10 September) emergency services were called to a report which initially came from an off-duty police officer of a workplace accident at Westfield Warringah Mall, Brookvale. A worker using a power tool had cut through an electrical supply line near the Rebel sport store, which is in the area near Coles.
The former employee of a Central Queensland industrial business has alleged a 3.45 tonne steel frame crushed his foot, causing the amputation of two of his toes, skin grafts and more.
A District Court Judge has dismissed an appeal and request for bail from a worker who was jailed for defrauding WorkCover by earning thousands of dollars from work while receiving workers’ compensation.
A Sydney Ernst & Young employee found dead at the company’s George St office is understood to be a foreign national whose husband was flying back to Sydney at the time.