One of three men injured in a serious workplace incident in Western Sydney has died, authorities have confirmed.
A Clarendon College-appointed investigator has wrapped up an investigation into bullying allegations at the elite school, finding anonymous whistleblower claims made in late 2022 unsubstantiated.
NT WorkSafe has issued a safety alert after four workers were injured in four separate angle grinder incidents within a five-week period. In the first incident, a young apprentice boilermaker was using an angle grinder to cut plates off a bumper bar when the grinder kicked back into his hand and the cutting disc broke.
A 16-year-old boy has died in a workplace incident at a business at an industrial suburb in Perth’s south-east after suffering what are believed to be crush injuries.
A construction company manager has been fined $60,000 (and ordered to pay $45,813.50) in costs) over the fall death of a 17-year-old worker in 2017.
A Melbourne company has been fined after an employee was injured when they were struck by a 200kg load of steel beams.
A Queanbeyan company has been fined $300,000 after one of its workers was seriously injured when crushed by the load of a delivery truck in what the court found was a foreseeable accident.
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) recently dealt with a case involving a worker who contended that she was unfairly dismissed from work after failing to attend her scheduled medical appointments.
An Australian construction supplies company has been fined $300,000 over a workplace accident that left an employee with severe head and torso injuries.
A 25yo man was rushed to hospital after being seriously burnt during a workplace incident in Adelaide’s northeast on Friday night.
There are circumstances where an injury occurred in both a workplace accident and a transport accident; for example, a truck driver injured in a motor vehicle accident while delivering products to a consumer.