The importance of adequately communicating safety procedures to contractors has been highlighted this week, with a NSW Court found a company guilty under sections 19 and 32 of the State
A Victorian employer has been sentenced to six months in prison and fined $10,000 (additional $7,336 in costs) for breaching section 24 and 32 of the Victorian OHS Act: Duties
Following the Bureau of Meteorology’s latest annual climate statement, three-month forecast and the extended heat conditions over much of Australia, work safety authorities have issued special heat warnings to employers.
A court has found a host employer guilty of failing to meet its primary duty of care requirements and failure to comply with health and safety duty. The finding comes
An employee of a company previously convicted of a workplace fatality has been severely injured and the employer fined $300,000. In March of 2015, on a worksite operated by Ceerose