A tyre business in Katherine, Northern Territory, has been convicted on Monday in the town’s local court and fined $142,000 following the death of a two-year-old boy in its workplace.
A cattle station owner has been charged over the death of one of its workers in the Barkly Region in 2016.
Nominations for members of the Work Health and Safety Advisory Council in the Northern Territory are now being accepted.
The enforceable undertaking is a legally binding agreement between the two parties undertaken as an alternative to prosecution. The charges against the company have been withdrawn.
Two companies in Darwin and their respective directors have been charged by NT WorkSafe after a worker was seriously injured when he fell at a residential construction site.
NT WorkSafe is hosting a forum to provide important information specific to the Northern Territory gas fitting industry.
It is alleged that the company was contracted to refurbish three properties and allowed unlicensed workers to remove asbestos from two of the properties in October and November 2015. The workers were allegedly given no training or appropriate safety equipment, despite knowing the properties contained asbestos.
NT WorkSafe is inviting all Territory businesses and workers to take part in the Safe Work Month events in October and make safety a priority in workplaces.
An education provider in the Northern Territory has been convicted and fined $50,000 after a student died during a sports carnival in 2015.
A crane hire and rigging company has been convicted and fined $11,800 after pleading guilty to two breaches of Section 32 of the Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Act for failing to comply with a health and safety duty.
NT Worksafe has charged NT Christian Schools, Ltd., operators of the Gawa Christian School for breaching Section 32 of the Work Health and Safety Act (National Uniform Legislation) Act.
Round 1 of the NT WorkSafe Big Rivers Football League kicks off on Friday 5 May at Nitmiluk Oval in Katherine.
A new NT WorkSafe Program is ensuring that Territorians are getting quality and safe rooftop solar installations.
NT WorkSafe has recently established a pilot Small Business Safety Advisors (SBSAs) Program to provide one-to-one assistance for small to medium enterprises in improving their work health and safety standards.
NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking from a supply chain provider which allegedly failed to comply with its work health and safety duties when a man suffered serious injuries after being struck by falling freight while a truck was being unloaded at the Gunbalanya service station.
NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking from a construction company which allegedly exposed its workers to asbestos.
The enforceable undertaking was accepted and WorkSafe is confident it will offer significant and ongoing commitments to improve work health and safety outcomes and compliance beyond what is required by the law.
A worker died on Wednesday after falling from a communications tower in Adelaide River, Northern Territory.
NT WorkSafe has recently issued a safety alert on unauthorised access to work areas to highlight the dangers of allowing unauthorised persons in working areas.
The Work Health and Safety Advisory Council include no more than ten members appointed by The Minister for Business and a member constituting the Work Health Authority.
A film commissioned by NT WorkSafe focusing on safety in the crocodile industry will close the month long Virtual Seminar Series as part of the Safe Work Month celebration.