Employers have been urged to prioritise worker safety around machinery after statistics showed that more than 150 limbs or digits were lost in workplace incidents in 2022.
Two companies have been fined after a worker's arm became caught in a machine at a brick manufacturing site in 2018.
Farms across NSW have been urged to implement a 'safety first' approach, after a man was fined $50,000 when a worker sustained serious injuries in 2020.
A recent spate of incidents involving fixed plant has prompted WorkSafe Queensland to issue a safety reminder for all employers working with fixed machinery.
A ground and air cargo services company has been fined $110,000 after a worker was seriously injured when he fell from a baggage tug at Perth Airport.
Victorian employers and workers have been reminded of the hazards involved in working around trucks, after four workers died in separate incidents over the past two months.
The Managing Director of a recycling company has been fined $70,000 after a worker's arm was caught between a conveyor belt and a roller and amputated at the shoulder.
WorkSafe WA is investigating the work-related death of a man who was reportedly caught in a conveyor belt while working in a North Coogee salt refinery.
A safety alert has been issued following an incident in which a worker suffered a partial amputation of his hand after it contacted a moving saw blade.
A Bassendean engineering company has been charged after a worker was fatally crushed while welding large gear segments with a welding manipulator.
A Victorian nursery has been fined $52,500 after a worker was seriously injured while using a seeding line machine.
The BIRD belt installation and rotation device is designed to minimise finger and hand injuries.
Troax, a global provider of machine guarding and warehouse protection equipment, has established a strong position in Australia after breaking into the market in 2021.
The ELC 100 safety light curtains can be used by manufacturers and operating companies of machines and systems, for contactless guarding of points of operation.
A Queensland fertiliser company has been fined after a worker was crushed by machinery at its Narangba plant in 2020.