Workers at the Kingston foreshore heard a loud crack before a concrete pouring boom fell and killed a young worker in July 2012. Two other workers suffered minor injuries in the incident.
A company has been convicted and fined over an incident in which two workers were injured on a drilling rig platform.
A construction company has been fined $135,000 for the injuries a 49-year-old suffered in February 2015.
WorkSafe New Zealand has accepted an enforceable undertaking from the St Kentirgen Trust Board following an incident in which students suffered injuries during a school production of Sweeney Todd in April 2016.
A dive company in North Queensland has pleaded guilty to breaching its responsibility under the Safety in Recreational Water Activities Act 2011 following the death of a U.K. tourist during a scuba dive near Hayman Island in 2015.
A ride operator has been fined $80,000 following a worker’s death in an amusement ride at Collingwood Park State School’s Christmas Carols in 2014.
The Brisbane District Court upheld Workplace Health and Safety Queensland’s appeal to increase fine for a work safety breach from $90,000 to $125,000.
Three rugby league teams are facing fines of up to $350,000 after the National Rugby League issued breach notices for failing to follow NRL’s concussion rules.
A landscaping and outdoor timber supplier has been fined after an employee lost two fingers while using an unsafe rotating blade saw to cut timber.
Two family-owned businesses and their directors have been committed to stand trial following the investigation of Workplace Health and Safety Queensland into the death of a roofer.
A transport company has been fined $220,000 after a worker suffered head and back injuries in an incident at their Beresfield depot three years ago.
A bakery in Altona North has been fined $40,000 after a worker lost three fingertips in a workplace incident in December 2015.
Auckland – A nail salon has been prosecuted for disregarding health and safety by using a banned substance.
An earthworks business in Bathurst has been fined $90,000 for failing to comply with safety standards that led to the injury of two workers in January 2015.
An employee has been fined $11,000 plus $1745 in costs over the death of another worker at a hay baling workplace at Narrogin in 2013.
A dairy company a transport company and its employee have been fined for not carrying dangerous goods transport documentation.
A steel company has been fined for failing to ensure safety after a truck driver fell from his trailer while he was unloading steel at Pinkenba three years ago.
A Brisbane steel company has been ordered to pay a fine of $40,000 for safety failings after a truck driver fell from his trailer while unloading steel in 2014.
A plumbing company in Brisbane was fined for failing to supervise a young worker.
Following an investigation into the 2015 crane collapse at a construction site in Southbank, a crane company was charged with two breaches of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.
A former supermarket employee in Queensland will receive more than $650,000 for the injuries he received while at work.