A man was taken to hospital after he was hit by operating machinery and knocked into a grave at Tatura Cemetery on Monday, January 30.
Fourteen of those companies were hit with six-figure penalties for breaching the Occupational Health and Safety Act, with the total of all fines imposed by the courts $5,588,750.
The star’s daughter wrote online that it ‘has been the most challenging time for me and our whole family’.
A young apprentice fears his career will suffer after an accident with a table saw left his finger hanging on by a thread just a few weeks into the job.
Workplace Health and Safety are looking into an incident which resulted in a man being rushed to hospital. Here’s what allegedly happened.
A carpentry company in Langwarrin has been convicted and fined $130,000 after a 16-year-old apprentice was injured twice in one day at a Glen Waverly construction site.
The NSW Resources Regulator has launched an investigation after a worker suffered a broken leg when he was hit by a lifting plate attached to an overhead crane.
A Melbourne supermarket pizza supplier has been ordered to pay a former employee more than $53,000 after she was sexually harassed by a male colleague who stared at her breasts.
WorkSafe is urging employers to ensure all machinery is properly guarded and operated safely to avoid the risk of life-changing amputation injuries