A swim school in regional Victoria has been convicted and fined after an incident in 2016 left a student a quadriplegic after diving into the shallow end of the pool.
WorkSafe is calling for a renewed focus on the safety of working from heights and the dangers of falling objects after a large metal prop fell from the 56th level of
WorkSafe Inspectors have fined a residential apartment developer after it uncovered multiple safety breaches across at least two construction sites in Melbourne. Erfanian Developments faced the Melbourne Magistrates Court on
The operator of excavation equipment has been accused of killing a man and then deliberately tampering with the scene to cover up his involvement. Neil Norris pleaded not guilty in
Are you ready? New Return to work program requirements for NSW. In May 2017, significant reforms were implemented in respect to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) Guidelines for Workplace Return
A Victorian shopfitting company has been convicted and fined over a 2017 incident where a worker fell and died at one of their sites in Maidstone, west of Melbourne. The
Asbestos cement roofs were in widespread use throughout Australian homes until the 1980s. Corrugated asbestos roofs are commonly referred to as ‘Super Six’. While asbestos was mostly discontinued by the
A safety breach at a precast concrete manufacturer in Victoria has cost the company $30,000 in fines after it endangered workers by storing 3-tonne concrete panels on end, without supports.