WorkSafe Victoria and the Victorian Farmers Federation have today released further details in relation to the Victorian Government’s $6 million quad bike safety rebate scheme.
A man has died after an incident in which he was crushed under a load of steel at a workplace in Wodonga on Thursday morning.
Strong winds forecast to hit the state later today have prompted a call to builders to ensure their construction sites are appropriately secured.
An Ocean Grove plastering company was this week convicted and fined $25,000 over an incident in which a subcontractor suffered severe spinal injuries after falling from a work platform.
Victorians are encouraged to have their say on changes being proposed to Victoria’s OHS regulations.
Almost 130 businesses and individuals were fined a record amount by the Victorian courts in 2015-16 for breaching OHS laws.
A Melbourne recycling company that went out of business soon after one of its employees was crushed to death under a homemade lifting device has been convicted and fined $800,000 in the County Court.
Victorian farmers are being encouraged to take part in a $6 million rebate scheme to help reduce quad bike deaths in Victoria.
WorkSafe inspectors will target construction sites across Victoria as part of a month-long campaign to prevent deaths and injuries caused by falls.
WorkSafe Victoria and VicRoads have begun working on a strategy to improve safety for workers and the public when construction work, pedestrians and road traffic interact.