An Australian fishing company has avoided court after the NT safety regulator accepted enforceable undertaking following the death of a deckhand in 2013.
A transport company in Darling Downs has been fined $60,000 in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court following a depot disaster.
WorkSafe ACT has issued a Prohibition and two Improvement Notices following an excavator incident on a Civic construction site on Thursday morning.
NT WorkSafe has laid charges against a Queensland based labour contracting hire company and one of its directors in relation to the death of a Fijian national who had travelled to Australia on a working visa.
A stone supplier has been fined $50,000 without conviction following an incident where a 182kg stone benchtop fell on a worker’s foot, resulting in the loss of his three toes.
A WA mining company has been fined $35,000 following a workplace incident at the company’s Higginsville mine more than three years ago.
A cold storage food distributor has been fined $45,000 plus $2900 in costs following an incident where a contract worker suffered serious ammonia gas burns.
Wellington – A small farming company was sentenced last week following a 2016 incident in which a young boy had a narrow escape after he fell from a quad bike and was run over by the equipment which was being towed behind it.
A plumbing company has become the second business to be convicted and fined over an incident in which an apprentice suffered serious burns when he made contact with powerlines.
A contractor in Perth was fined $160,000 over the deaths of two labourers caused by falling concrete tilt-up panels at a construction site.
A Western Australian company and its director have been fined a total of $327,500 in relation to serious injuries caused to a 17 year old worker in Esperance two years ago.
A Perth trucking company has been fined $160,000 for safety violations after two workers were fatally crushed by falling concrete panels more than two years ago.
New Plymouth, NZ – A man has been fined $35,000 on Monday over health and safety charges relating to unsafe removal of asbestos.
NT WorkSafe accepted an enforceable undertaking from a Darwin construction company and its director following an incident in 2016, which saw a young sub-contractor fall through a void, breaking his left femur.
Two companies in Melbourne have been fined a total of $62,000 for unsafe scaffolding at a Bentleigh East work site
A mining company in New Zealand has been sentenced following the death of a worker in July 2016.
NT WorkSafe has charged a government office and a Queensland-base construction company following the death of a musician in Darwin.
A Shepparton fruit packing company has been convicted and fined $150,000 on appeal for a scalping incident in 2015.
A Baulkham Hills based scaffolding company has been fined $90,000 after a worker was hit by scaffolding that fell from a forklift that was being driven by an unlicensed driver at Barangaroo.
SafeWork SA has recently announced that it is dropping the charges filed against an inspection company in connection to a 2014 fatal incident at the Royal Adelaide Show involving the Airmaxx 360 ride.
A meat exporter and a labour hire company have been fined a combined $105,000, after a man’s arm was injured by a factory meat processor in 2014.