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Date PostedJune 22, 2016

Worker Almost Killed in Crushing Incident

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Companies have been warned not to leave risk identification and workplace safety to other parties following the issue of a $150,000 fine to a Queensland based company over a 2011 accident on the South Road Superway project in Adelaide.

A worker was almost killed during an incident and had his head crushed between a lifting arm and a welding table at a site in Adelaide’s northern suburbs.

The Industrial Court convicted the company involved Fix Force for failing to maintain a safe workplace, they also issued a $150,000 fine.

Find out more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-05-28/fix-force-fined-after-workers-head-crushed/7455802

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