Victorian manufacturer MPI Global Pty Ltd fined $40,000 after worker loses fingers
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 Melbourne rubber product manufacturer has been charged over the death of an employee who was hit in the head by a piece of machinery.
WorkSafe is urging employers to ensure all machinery is properly guarded and operated safely to avoid the risk of life-changing amputation injuries
A Melbourne dim sim producer, whose products can be found in most supermarkets, has copped a massive fine after “fragrantly ignoring” safety measures.
As a Melbourne grocery worker screamed in pain with her hand stuck in a meat mincer, her manager told her to stop scaring customers.
The managing director of a recycling plant where a worker’s arm was torn off at the socket has been handed a $70,000 fine over the incident.
A coroner has warned of the dangers of jacking fully-laden trucks after the tragic workplace-related death of a Tasmanian judo champion.
Gympie businessman Jeffrey Owen has become the first person to be prosecuted, convicted and jailed under Queensland’s relatively new industrial manslaughter laws.
A major NT company and its sole director have been charged with industrial manslaughter after a workplace tragedy two years ago.
A refinery worker who had a close call has made an urgent plea to employees to ensure employers are protecting their safety so they don’t risk becoming a fatality statistic.
Parts of a crane have caused damage to luxury Main Beach tower PEARL, being developed by Raptis Group.
A 44-year-old man who was working in an anime store in Toowoomba’s CBD last night has died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Two UK backpackers in their mid-20s received gruesome injuries including amputation while working at a Bundaberg farm owned by the world’s largest macadamia grower, a recent court report reveals.
WA Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety
WorkSafe is investigating the work-related death of a shearer at Katrine, between Northam and Toodyay.