A vegetable farm in Gippsland has been convicted and fined $80,000 following an incident in which a contractor was struck by a forklift.
A WA mining company has been fined $58,000 after a worker was seriously injured while carrying out maintenance on a jaw crusher in April 2014.
A handyman in Frankston has been ordered to pay back over $150,000 and handed a one-year suspended jail sentence after defrauding Victoria’s workers compensation scheme.
A toilet paper manufacturer received a sentencing decision in the Manukau District Court on Tuesday after a worker was hurt on inadequately guarded machinery.
A health-related prosecution of an Ashburton animal feed producers for failing to manage the risks of dust exposure has highlighted the importance of managing work-related health risks.
A Victorian food retailer has been convicted and fined a total of $60,000 for seven return-to-work offences relating to a workplace injury.
A port operator has been convicted and fined $475,000 after he threatened workers who raised safety concerns.
A civil construction company has been charged following the death of two workers after a trench collapsed in Ballarat last year.
A shipping company in Darwin has been convicted and fined $190,000 following the death of a 37-year-old deckhand.
A quarry operator has been fined $230,000 following the death of a dump truck driver whose vehicle rolled on a stockpile in May 2016.
A Melbourne health service has been fined $25,000 without conviction after a nurse was physically assaulted by a patient in December 2015.
A transport company was sentenced in New Zealand after an incident that left a young worker fatally injured.
A crane operator has been fined $4,400 after he overloaded a crane, injuring a worker after it collapsed.
A West Gosford chemical manufacturing company has been fined nearly $50,000 after a worker suffered first and second degree burns while mixing a batch of chemicals to make an adhesive product in 2016.
A plumbing business in Sydney has been fined $75,000 after the death of a worker following a fall through a warehouse roof in January 2016.
A NSW mine operator has been convicted and fined $30,000 for failing to report two dangerous roll-over incidents to the Department of Planning and Environment’s Resources Regulator.
A mining company has been convicted and fined $450,000 following the death of a worker at an underground mine in regional NSW more than three years ago.
A North Queensland agriculture farm has been fined $200,000 after a worker was electrocuted while trimming avocado trees in 2016.
An amusement ride operator has been charged by WorkSafe Victoria following the death of a young boy who fell from a ride at Rye Easter Carnival in 2017.
A building company in Victoria has been fined $52,000 without conviction for failing to protect workers from fall risks.
A Victorian oil refinery operator is facing charges in relation to a 2017 workplace incident.