Readings Cinema Epping has been fined after a manager suffered horrific oil burns when a deep fryer splashed onto him.
The company that operated a former Euroa timber factory has been fined $40,000 after a worker was injured.
A Sunshine Coast concreting company has been fined $500,000 following a workplace incident in 2019.
A banana farm worker in Queensland has successfully sued his employer for half a million dollars after he was injured by falling bananas.
Townsville City Council has left court with its tail between its legs after losing an expensive legal fight picked with the CFMEU.
Northern Territory WorkSafe has issued its first Incident Information Release (IIR) after three crush injuries involving machinery occurred in the territory over the past month.
Cedar Meats, the Victorian abattoir at the centre of a major coronavirus outbreak last year, has been fined $15,000 after one of their employees crushed her arm during a shift.
Two workers at a suburban Brisbane bakery are lucky to be alive after they were allegedly shot at by armed robbers.
A rescue chopper has been tasked to an incident at a mine site near Moranbah, where a worker has suffered a head injury.
The Transport Workers’ Union has blasted new figures which claim delivery rider injuries have decreased as just more smoke and mirrors, showing the NSW Government is running a public-relations protection racket for the gig companies to avoid regulating the industry.
A Northern Territory cattle mustering contractor has been ordered to pay $20,000 in compensation to a young ringer who suffered severe burns in an AVGAS explosion on the remote Montejinni Station, 320 kilometres south-west of Katherine.
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.