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.
A construction company in New Zealand was sentenced after a painter was injured in the company’s own workplace.
A mining company has been fined $65,000 over the death of an electrician at a bauxite mine in Western Australia.
A builder in WA has been fined $22,000 following a fall incident in 2017.
A South Australian energy company has been fined $114,000 over an incident in which a worker suffered serious burns to his arms and minor burns to his face while undertaking live electrical work in March 2016.
A former supervisor of a WA company has been fined $6000 in Perth Magistrates Court after a worker was injured at a Keysbrook mine site more than three years ago.
A regional employment services provider has been fined $90,000 following a 2016 incident in which a work for the dole (WfD) worker died after falling from the back of a flat-bed trailer towed by a tractor.
A WA mechanical engineering company has been fined $40,000 in the Rockingham Magistrates Court after one of its employees was injured while working at a Perth refinery.
WorkSafe New Zealand is warning farmers that they are required legally to establish an effective way of identifying and managing risks on farm work following the sentencing of a farmer after a worker on his Wellsford farm died in a tractor incident in 2016.
A Melbourne electrical company has been fined $300,000 after an apprentice electrician died from electrocution while working at a Camberwell property in Victoria.
An investigation conducted by WorkSafe ACT found serious flaws in how the Education Directorate managed incidents of violence against teachers.
A company has been fined $55,000 after an incident in which a worker suffered severe chemical burns to 20 per cent of his body at a Western Australian mine three years ago.
Charges have been laid against a police force and a government department for their alleged breach of duties resulting to a 2016 fatality.
Two businesses have been fined more than $200,000 combined, after a worker fell two stories on a Sydney construction site.
Charges have been laid against a department of the Australian Government after a high school student in Sydney suffered serious injuries during an army cadet camp.