Another food delivery rider death has prompted calls from the Transport Workers Union (TWU) for the federal government to intervene.
A manufacturing company has been fined $1.5million dollars after one of its robots crushed a worker to death and killed her. Ajin USA admitted violating the Occupational Health and Safety (OSH) Act at a court hearing Monday, and was hit with the charge over the death of 20 year-old Regina Elsea.
A man has been killed in a workplace accident at a strawberry farm in Bullsbrook, north-east of Perth.
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Barry James Willis, 58, was loading tyres at Brisbane Auto Recycling at Rocklea on May 17, 2019, when he was hit by the reversing forklift and critically injured.
A shocking level of work-related fatalities is disclosed in the figures regularly released by Safe Work Australia.
Balcony falls, collapsed walls and cranes dangling off the side of high-rise skyscrapers are among a spike in horrific workplace incidents across NSW. These are the businesses which were responsible for some of the worst cases.
An increase in workplace fatalities highlights the need for industrial manslaughter to be recognised as a criminal offence.
Valley Sweep and its director Anton Zakic pleaded guilty in the Latrobe Valley Magistrates’ Court to a single charge each under the Occupational Health and Safety Act of failing to provide and maintain safe plant.
A 23-year-old apprentice worker has died and two others have been injured after a glass roof collapsed at a construction site at Curtin University in Western Australia.
The 29-year-old was working in the roof space of a beauty salon on King William Road when he received an electric shock and was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
A man has died after a piece of machinery fell off a truck and on top of him in a horror workplace accident in central west NSW.
Dreamworld’s parent company has been fined $3.6 million after pleading guilty to safety charges over the Thunder River Rapids ride tragedy that killed four people.
A former paper mill operator has been fined more than $1 million following the deaths of two employees at the site.
WorkSafe is investigating incidents leading to the deaths of two men in regional areas at the weekend.