The NSW government has bowed to pressure to hold an inquiry into the state’s workplace safety regulator SafeWork NSW, after revelations it was slow to act on safety warnings.
Month: October 2022
A Melbourne dim sim producer, whose products can be found in most supermarkets, has copped a massive fine after “fragrantly ignoring” safety measures.
The former director of an SA based transport company has been convicted and fined in a South Australian court after using weed killer to destroy thousands of driver records.
Former Labor MP Kaushaliya Vaghela wants both Daniel Andrews and WorkSafe investigated over its handling of claims of bullying inside the Premier’s office.
A man has been flown to hospital with serious burn injuries after an explosion at a battery manufacturer in Wollongong.
Heartfelt tributes are being paid to a 16-year-old Upper Coomera boy who lost his life in a workplace accident.
An Adelaide man has been ordered to repay more than $17,000 after falsely claiming he was too injured to work, while being employed as a farmhand.
A neighbour has recounted the harrowing moments following an explosion at a north Queensland workplace that left a young man with significant facial injuries.
If you’ve been injured at work, you’re not alone. Every year, millions of people are injured on the job. Some of these injuries are minor, while others can be quite serious. If you’ve been hurt at work, it’s important to seek medical attention and to find out if you have a case.
Authorities are investigating what caused a tank used for scuba diving to explode as a worker filled it at a Drumcondra learn-to-dive business.
A freight company has been fined $35,000 following the death of a garbage truck driver in Melbourne’s north.
As a Melbourne grocery worker screamed in pain with her hand stuck in a meat mincer, her manager told her to stop scaring customers.