A man in his 60’s has been flown to hospital from a Lockyer Valley workplace after being trapped by his arms in a meat slicer at a business west of Brisbane.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHS Queensland) is investigating an incident from August 2019 where a young worker suffered serious hand injuries at a meat processing plant in Brisbane. It is believed the worker’s hand was severed while he was operating a guillotine-style slicing machine used to cut frozen meat.
A Queensland man has had part of his hand re-attached after it was severed during a horror workplace incident.
A horror death at Western Meat Exporters in Charleville has sparked a Workplace Health and Safety investigation.