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Date PostedAugust 14, 2015

Electrical Safety a Major Concern in Construction

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Source: www.ictlounge.com

The recommendations handed down by Coroner David O’Connell yesterday will be considered by the Queensland state government following his investigations into a workplace fatality in Clermont in 2012.

A 20 year old work, Jason Garrels was killed while working on the Clermont Apartment Complex, despite the incident being totally preventable.

The death of Mr Garrels highlighted not only the need for safety surrounding electrical work on construction sites but also the importance of keeping young workers safe.

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