A free workshop aimed at providing employers with the tools and tips they need to help keep injured workers motivated during the return to work process will be held on 15 March.
WorkSafe inspectors will crack down on Bendigo businesses that place workers at risk by failing to address health and safety issues as part of a week long blitz, beginning Monday.
One for Australia’s biggest food manufacturers appeared in court today over an incident that left a worker with a crushed hand after it was caught in a machine.
A plumber has been flown to the Alfred Hospital’s burns unit after an explosion at a Bonnie Doon service station this morning.
A man was flown to the Royal Melbourne Hospital late yesterday after a bridge which was being demolished near Kerang partially collapsed.
A magistrate has given a small building company six years to pay a fine imposed on it after a worker became a paraplegic as a result of a four metre fall. The incident occurred at Keysborough in June 2010.
A man died in hospital this morning after a three metre fall at a Highett tile retailer on Friday evening.
A free workshop to give employers the tools they need to help injured people back to safe work sooner will be held in Melbourne’s west on February 16.
A Reservoir business has been fined more than $37,000 after a worker’s hand was crushed in a faulty machine.
A truck driver died at Hepburn Springs last night when he was crushed by his rig.