Work-related Traumatic Injury Fatalities Australia 2012 report released

Reported by Haydee | 04 Nov, 2013

Safe Work Australia has recently released the Work-related Traumatic Injury Fatalities, Australia 2012 report which found that 223 workers died from injuries at work in 2012. The result shows a significant fall from the 311 fatalities recorded in 2007. There were 2596 work-related deaths over the past 10 years. Additional findings include: Two thirds of …

Workplace fatalities: The latest figures

Reported by Haydee | 15 Jul, 2013

Photo: SafetyCulture Library Safe Work Australia has recently released the Notifiable Fatalities Monthly report for February 2013. There were 16 work-related notifiable fatalities reported during this period (13 male and 2 female workers and 1 male bystander). Of these deaths, 2 workers and 1 bystander was killed from public road incidents. Of these fatalities, 3 …

92 Australians have died at work so far this year

Reported by Haydee | 12 Jul, 2013

Latest Safe Work Australia statistics show that 92 Australians have died at work (as at 11 July 2013). The data is an initial estimate for the number of people killed and is based on initial media reports. Industry of workplace Work Deaths (2012) Worker deaths YTD (2013) Transport, postal & warehousing 74 25 Agriculture, forestry …

November 2012 Notifiable Fatalities Monthly Report now available

Reported by Haydee | 19 Apr, 2013

Safe Work Australia has recently released the Notifiable Fatalities Monthly report for November 2012. There were 18 work-related notifiable fatalities reported during November 2012 – 14 male workers and 1 female worker, and 2 male bystanders and 1 female bystander. Of these fatalities, 6 involved a Vehicle incident-public road crash and 2 involved a Vehicle …

March 2012 Notifiable Fatalities Monthly report now available

Reported by Haydee | 19 Jul, 2012

Safe Work Australia has recently released the Notifiable Fatalities Monthly report where 26 work-related notifiable fatalities were reported for the month of March – 23 male workers and 3 female bystanders died in work-related incidents. Of these fatalities, 9 were categorised as a Vehicle Incident – public road crash; 5 as being hit by a …