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For those who are not sure whether safety is an absolute priority in any workplace.

This is just a small selection of safety prosecutions over the last 2 years in NSW and QLD.

This represents an endless account of severe human suffering and the resulting disastrous effect on business.

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Worker suffered partial amputation of fingers. Company fined $165,000

Worker sustained serious crush injury to arm. Company fined $50,000

Plumber suffered serious ankle injury using a circular saw. Company fined $25,000

Roof plumber fell 6 metres and died on the spot. Company fined $400,000

Mechanic suffered serious head injury. Company fined $375,000

Worker killed when he fell off a scaffold. Company fined $90,000

Worker killed when he fell off a truck he was helping to load. Company fined $300,000

Worker fatally crushed when brick wall collapsed. Company fined $500,000

Worker suffered serious chemical burns when changing flexible hose. Company fined $225,000, director fined $45,000

Carpenter killed when he fell and was impaled on reo bar. Company fined $450,000

3 Workers suffered fall injuries when crane collapsed. Company fined $390,000

Worker killed when electrical spark caused a flammable liquid to catch fire. Company fined $825,000

Scaffolder was seriously injured when scaffold collapsed. Company fined $225,000

Two cleaners suffered serious fall injuries when their BMU failed. Company fined $400,000

Worker killed when he fell from harvester travelling in reverse. Company fined $375,000

Worker killed when he fell 2.9 metres from roof. Company fined $405,000

Worker killed by collapsing corroded storage rack. Company fined $240,000

Four people killed in theme park when their raft collided. Company fined $3.6 million

Supervisor unsafely operating an excavator boom. Supervisor fined $3,000

Worker makes false statement to Regulator regarding license. Worker fined $500

Explosion at waste liquidtreatment plant kills worker. Company fined $800,000

Supervisor falsifies a worker’s competence card. Supervisor fined $3,000

Electrician installed unsafe wiring causing fatal electrocution. Electrician imprisoned for 7 years.

Worker crushed to death at car wrecking site. Company fined $3 million, Directors imprisoned for 10 months

Roofer falls 6 metres to his death. Director imprisoned for 1 year, Company fined $1 million

Failure to provide information regarding incident. Worker fined $10,000

Worker fatally crushed in raised scissor lift. Company fined $215,000

Worker fell into un-barricaded trench and was impaled on a steel bar. Company
fined $110,000

Worker fell 5.9 metres to his death. Company fined $1 million

Truck driver killed by load falling on him during forklift operation. Company fined $210,000

Don’t be part of these dreadful court statistics.

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Yours sincerely

Everardus Gunzel

CEO Coastal OHS Services Pty Ltd t/a Leading Safety Training

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