A fencing contractor has been fined $25,000 after a teenage worker sustained a serious hand injury while installing galvanised steel fence posts.
A kitchen manufacturer has been fined $60,000 after a cabinet maker severed three fingers while cutting panels with a panel saw.
A worker has been injured at Ravensworth Operations, after driving a light vehicle over an edge.
Lakeside Packaging has received a $55,000 fine after two people sustained serious hand injuries while operating a paper mill in the facility.
WHS Queensland is investigating after a young worker suffered serious hand injuries at a meat processing plant.
A worker's foot has been surgically amputated onsite after his legs became trapped in three exposed operating augers at the bottom of a feeder bin.
EXAIR's safety air guns have been carefully designed to eliminate the dangers associated with their use.
Forklifts pose several risks to pedestrians in the workplace, and following these four tips can help to keep people safe.
Plant guarding has consistently been flagged as a critical area for improvement by WorkSafe Victoria safety inspectors on their visits to sites around the state.
With the help of safety laser scanners, a machinery engineer has ensured the safe operation of a robot on an injection moulding machine.
Wire rope barriers are being implemented on the Western Freeway between the Western Ring Road and Ballarat, as part of a $37 million safety upgrade.
The operation of trucks, excavators, forklifts and other heavy vehicles in both industrial worksites and public areas is dangerous. Far too often, serious accidents occur when personnel are loading and unloading these powered mobile plants.
The Allen-Bradley GuardShield 450L safety light curtain system features a transceiver design that employs plug-in modules to establish each unit's function as a transmitter or receiver. Once powered up, the transceiver learns its functionality from the plug-in module.
The Gates BIRD belt installation and rotation device is designed to minimise the risks to employees during routine belt maintenance.
The Balluff magnetically coded safety sensor has a non-contact operating principle, meaning that it is unaffected by mechanical play.