28 April is International Workers’ Memorial Day which commemorates people killed, disabled, injured or made unwell by their work.
In a recent decision, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) awarded compensation to an employee who sustained an injury caused by their employment while working from home.
A Victorian company has been fined $225,000 after a manager was fatally crushed inside a shipping container.
A Carrum Downs truck body manufacturer has been convicted and fined $225,000 after a manager was crushed and killed inside a shipping container.Prestige Truck Bodies (Aust) Pty Ltd was sentenced in the Melbourne County Court today after pleading guilty to a single charge of failing to provide or maintain safe systems of work, so far
More than three years after almost dying on a Craigieburn worksite and suffering terrible injuries, a Melbourne tradie still can’t function the way he used to. Read his story.
WorkSafe has charged a gate manufacturing and repair business after the death of another company’s worker in April 2022.
WorkSafe has charged a former director of a glass supplier and installer after two workers were allegedly bullied.
A truck driver who twice called an ambulance as he drove home from a V8 Supercars event has been convicted for falsely claiming his back injury happened the next day at work.
A district court of Queensland recently dealt with a negligence claim of a worker who said he suffered an injury because the employer did not properly instruct him about the dangers of his job.