The South Australian Employment Tribunal has handed down another favourable decision for employers relating to Section 18 of the Return to Work Act 2014 (SA) – the section that allows injured workers to apply to the Tribunal for an order requiring the pre-injury employer to provide “suitable employment”.
Resources Safety and Health Queensland (RSHQ) has recommended senior site executives ensure all operators are trained and competent in the operation of vehicles after a coal mine worker was injured by a moving vehicle.
A Queensland refinery worker is in hospital after falling from a significant height before coming into contact with dangerous caustic chemicals.
A worker at the D‘orsogna meat factory had the tips of his fingers cut off while trying to unjam a meat slicer. And it’s not the first time the factory owner has been in trouble.
A man who became trapped in a shipping container filled with grain at Devonport Wharf on Friday afternoon is doing ‘okay’, says his boss.
A worker in Melbourne’s CBD has been wheeled from a building on a stretcher with a bloodied face, after a truck’s concrete pump exploded.
A man has died and two others were rushed to hospital after two trains collided in Central Queensland.
The CareFlight rescue helicopter was called to an accident at Balgowlah Heights.
A worker is in a serious condition after he was struck by sheets of reinforcing metal at the bottom of a 5m deep excavation.
Authorities are investigating a gas leak at a salmon processing plant in southern Tasmania that resulted in 20 people being taken to hospital.
A young man has been rushed to Royal Perth Hospital after a suspected workplace accident at the soon to be revamped Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
A man has been taken to hospital after his leg was trapped in rock crushing machinery in Sydney’s west.
Dandy Premix Concrete Pty Ltd was sentenced in the Dandenong Magistrates’ Court last Monday after being found guilty on 15 April of failing to provide a safe workplace by failing to take reasonably practicable steps to eliminate the risk of powered mobile machines colliding with pedestrians.
A company has been fined $150,000 after one of its apprentice workers suffered serious injury from an arc flash explosion at a Sydney KFC in 2017.
A structural engineering company has been fined $225,000 after three workers were injured when a tower crane collapsed onto an apartment block in Wolli Creek.