A subcontractor has died after falling from a ladder at a residential construction site at Rutherglen, in Victoria’s north-east.
More than 100,000 serious workplace injuries still occur every year. These range from mental stress, to trips and falls, to collisions with objects.
Official workplace fatality figures from 2017 showed there were 43 deaths in the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector that year, just three fewer than the 46 deaths in the transport and warehousing industry — yet agriculture employs half the number of people.
ATTA Quality Training Pty Ltd was convicted in Sunshine Magistrates Court after it pleaded guilty to 14 charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 of knowingly providing false information.
A horror death at Western Meat Exporters in Charleville has sparked a Workplace Health and Safety investigation.
A 49-year-old Gordonvale man has died and two men are in hospital after a crane came into contact with powerlines at a workplace in Far North Queensland.
A training organisation, one specialising in workplace health and safety, has been fined $200,000 after it was found to have falsified training records for high-risk safety certifications.