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Company fined $40K for failing to supervise worker

29 October, 2020

A company has been fined $40,000 for failing to adequately supervise a young worker who sustained serious injuries while cleaning a plate roller.

$40K fine after workplace incident leads to amputation

16 September, 2020

A sheet metal fabrication company has been fined $40,000 after a workplace incident that led to a work experience student having to amputate the tip of his finger.

Victorian meat processor fined for severe hand injury

10 August, 2020

Diamond Valley Pork has been fined $130,000 for a 2019 incident in which a worker's hand was crushed while trapped in a waste chute.

SafeWork SA calls for caution when using crushing plant

08 May, 2020

A worker has died while clearing a metal tramp blockage in a cone crusher, prompting SafeWork SA to urge businesses to practise caution around crushing plant.

Hazard prevention around plant machinery

09 March, 2020

A worker was seriously injured in December 2019 after his hand was caught in a hopper. Here is how to prevent similar injuries around plant machinery.

Bakery fined $90,000 for breaching safety procedures

09 March, 2020

A Queensland bakery has been fined $90,000 for breaching safety procedures, after a worker sustained severe permanent injuries while cleaning an oven loader.

See-through polycarbonates screen manufacturing workers

06 March, 2020

See-through polycarbonates offer machinery and structural safeguarding benefits for the manufacturing sector.

Fencing contractor fined $25K for crushed hand

26 February, 2020

A fencing contractor has been fined $25,000 after a teenage worker sustained a serious hand injury while installing galvanised steel fence posts.

Kitchen manufacturer fined $60K for amputated fingers

21 February, 2020

A kitchen manufacturer has been fined $60,000 after a cabinet maker severed three fingers while cutting panels with a panel saw.

Worker injured in incident at Ravensworth Operations

10 February, 2020

A worker has been injured at Ravensworth Operations, after driving a light vehicle over an edge.

Crushed hand leads to $55K fine for Campbellfield company

10 January, 2020

Lakeside Packaging has received a $55,000 fine after two people sustained serious hand injuries while operating a paper mill in the facility.

Meat slicer seriously injures worker

28 October, 2019

WHS Queensland is investigating after a young worker suffered serious hand injuries at a meat processing plant.

Worker's foot amputated in feeder bin incident

24 June, 2019

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 safety air guns

01 December, 2018

EXAIR's safety air guns have been carefully designed to eliminate the dangers associated with their use.

How to improve safety around forklifts

14 November, 2018

Forklifts pose several risks to pedestrians in the workplace, and following these four tips can help to keep people safe.

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