Bankstown builder fined over workplace death

Reported by Stephen | 30 Mar, 2018

A Bankstown building contractor has been fined $405,000 after a 19-year-old apprentice died after he fell while building a walkway platform.


WA company fined over worker’s burns

Reported by Stephen | 10 Dec, 2015

A company has been fined $80,000 plus $6000 in costs after an apprentice was seriously burnt when a tractor engine caught fire at a social event at its premises in Western Australia.


WA flooring installer fined after saw incident

Reported by Stephen | 23 Aug, 2015

A Western Australian flooring installer has been fined $5000 after a labour hire apprentice suffered serious cuts to his hand while using an unguarded saw.

QLD: Engineering Firm Fined for Apprentice’s Injuries

Reported by Admin | 20 Mar, 2010

An engineering company has been fined $50,000 by the Brisbane Industrial Magistrate’s Court over an injury sustained by a 17-year-old apprentice. The firm pleaded guilty on Thursday to failing in its workplace health and safety obligations. On 29 August 2008, the young man was working at a Paget workshop in Michelmore Street, when he was …