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Gates Australia BIRD Belt Installation and Rotation Device

07 June, 2022

The BIRD belt installation and rotation device is designed to minimise finger and hand injuries.

Safety equipment supplier strengthens Aussie presence

02 June, 2022

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.

Leuze electronic ELC 100 safety light curtains

02 June, 2022

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.

Qld fertiliser company fined $250,000 after worker crushed

27 May, 2022

A Queensland fertiliser company has been fined after a worker was crushed by machinery at its Narangba plant in 2020.

Food wholesaler fined after worker struck by forklift

11 May, 2022

A food services wholesaler has been fined $35,000 after a worker was struck by a forklift, sustaining serious foot and leg injuries.

Company fined after worker trapped in machine

11 May, 2022

A tooling company has been convicted and fined after a worker was seriously injured inside a milling machine.

Tru-Gard certified safety barrier

01 May, 2022

The Tru-Gard steel safety barrier system can be used for workplace traffic management, to strengthen traffic control and protect workers.

Waste recycling company fined $230,000 over arm amputation

29 April, 2022

A Perth waste recycling company has been fined for gross negligence after a worker's arm was amputated when he was dragged between a conveyor belt and a roller.

Safety alert issued after worker fatally crushed by car

06 April, 2022

A safety alert has been issued after a worker was crushed to death when the vehicle he was working on slipped off the bottle jack and fell on him.

Worker dies in underground coalmine in Queensland

29 March, 2022

A man has died in a workplace incident at the Moranbah underground coalmine in Central Queensland, sending shockwaves throughout the mining community.

Pipe manufacturer fined $275,000 after worker crushed

21 February, 2022

A concrete pipe manufacturing company has been convicted and fined following an incident in which one of its workers died after being crushed by a conveyor.

BHP fined $125,000 for worker's serious neck injury

25 January, 2022

BHP Iron Ore Pty Ltd was fined $125,000 on 21 January 2022 after a contractor suffered a lacerated artery from being struck in the neck by a metal shard in September 2017.

Company fined $230K after worker suffers conveyor belt injury

25 October, 2021

A mining and construction company in Western Australia has been fined $230,000 after an employee became trapped in an unguarded conveyor belt.

Qld mushroom farm fined $120K after worker loses arm

19 October, 2021

A family-run Queensland mushroom farm has been fined after a worker had his arm 'traumatically' severed in a workplace incident caused by faulty machinery.

Electroplating machine death results in $300K fine

08 October, 2021

A metal treatment company has been fined $300,000 over the death of a worker who became trapped in an electroplating machine on a Victorian worksite.

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