A man has been convicted and fined $3500 for assaulting a WorkSafe inspector at a construction site in Elwood, Victoria.
A demolition company has been fined $75,000 after a worker fell through a skylight.
A Shepparton fruit company has been fined $25,000 after a worker’s finger was partially severed in a machinery incident.
The NSW Resources Regulator has accepted a $1,090, 750 Enforceable Undertaking from Mt Arthur Coal Pty Limited from a mining company following a serious safety incident at its site near Muswellbrook in August 2017.
A company in North Island, NZ has been fined $304, 750 after a workplace incident left a worker permanently paralysed from the neck down.
A major retailer has been fined $150,000 without conviction over an incident in which a truck driver’s foot was crushed when he was twice run over by a mobile shipping container transporter.
A construction company has been fined $38,000 plus $8054 in costs over a 2017 incident in which a 17-year-old man died after he fell through a void in the roof of an internal atrium at the old GPO building in Forrest Place, Perth.
The gold miner was fined in the Kalgoorlie Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
SafeWork SA has lifted four of the nine prohibition notices issued to Circus Rio after announcing that it was satisfied that the key non-compliance issues at the circus have been addressed.
SafeWork SA has recently conducted a comprehensive safety audit of Circus Rio’s operations following the incidents that led to worker injuries this week.
A health service provider has been charged for alleged health and safety breaches after a patient assaulted a nurse.
A Hunter tradesman has been convicted of failing to take reasonable care that his actions did not adversely affect the health and safety of two young workers.
A Queensland-based labour hire company and its company director were convicted and fined a total of $13,000 in the Darwin Local Court for failing to cooperate with NT WorkSafe, and without a reasonable excuse, ignoring requests to provide documents during an investigation into the 2016 death of a Fijian national worker.
Department of Health and Human Services has been charged by WorkSafe Victoria for alleged discrimination against a worker who raised health and safety concerns.
An Alice Springs fuel distribution company is facing charges over the death of a truck driver in 2017.
An application by a Victoria-based company to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Appeals Tribunal (VCAT) to have three improvement notices issued by WorkSafe overturned has been withdrawn.
WorkSafe WA has laid charges against four parties over the death of a 17-year-old construction worker at a Perth construction site in 2017.
NT WorkSafe accepted two enforceable undertakings for an incident in 2017 where 14 spectators received serious burn injuries during a burnout competition at the Red CentreNATS.
A port operating company in New Zealand was sentenced and fined $506,048 at the Wellington District Court today following an incident in January 2017 in which a worker died as a result of a fall injury at the company’s container assessment and repair facility.
The charges were filed at the Broadmeadows Magistrates Court.
A Queensland advertising company has been fined $250,000 after a worker received an electric shock at Balberra in July 2016.