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.
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 offer machinery and structural safeguarding benefits for the manufacturing sector.
Newmont's Boddington mine in Western Australia will feature an autonomous haul truck fleet, after a $150 million investment into autonomous haulage systems.
Operating plant hydraulic systems presents many risks for workers; SafeWork SA has issued a safety alert to minimise the risks of plant usage.
SafeWork SA has suspended a high-risk work licence following an incident where a crane tipped over while lifting a load at a construction site.
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.
SafeWork Victoria has issued a reminder about safely operating remote controlled plant and equipment, following the death of an employee operating a crane.
A NSW mining company is facing a $1.5 million fine, after a truck collision hospitalised one of its employees.
Reduce the risk of rollover accidents when operating tractors by understanding the causes of overturns and following safe operating practices.
Lakeside Packaging has received a $55,000 fine after two people sustained serious hand injuries while operating a paper mill in the facility.
The ACCC has urged those riding quad bikes and side-by-side vehicles (SSVs) to stay safe, by wearing helmets and installing operator protection devices.