22/5/2016 · Earlier this month a construction company was convicted and fined $50,000 on one charge of breaching the OH&S Act (2004). Further, the company was ordered to pay $20,000 in court costs. The company had failed to ensure a safe workplace resulting in a concrete truck tipping over and crashing
17/2/2021 · The third unlicensed provider, Fancey Pty Ltd, was fined $50,000 in November last year, after pleading guilty to breaching the Act. Magistrate O'Driscoll noted the parties' early guilty pleas, but pointed to the maximum available penalties – $400,000 for corporations and $138,000 for individuals – in finding others needed to be deterred from committing such offences.
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9/1/2019 · Since 1 July 2013, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has been notified of 55 events relating to persons injured or at risk of serious injury by a concrete pump or concrete pump hopper. This has resulted in Workplace Health and Safety Queensland issuing 70 statutory notices, relating to risk management around being injured or preventing injury by a concrete pump or concrete pump hopper.
A London building firm has been fined after a labourer suffered multiple leg fractures in a fall when a newly-built first floor collapsed under the weight of concrete blocks weighing 1.6 tonnes. The 48 year-old casual labourer fell three metres to the ground at the Cosmos Builders 88 site in Tottenham on 14 September 2012, with the concrete blocks falling around him.
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VIC: Company fined $500,000 after worker crushed by tower tube A Keysborough concrete pumping contractor was recently convicted and fined $500,000 after the death of a worker who was struck by a large section of tubing. WA: Gold mining company fined
25/7/2021 · The contractor's excavation method, equipment selection, labor esti- mates, and round-cycle times are based on the preconatruction assessment of rock hardness and strength. Inadequate information on these factors introduces risks which may lead …
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Scaff Safe 2021. SafeWork NSW will continue to target scaffold safety on construction sites throughout 2021. Inspectors will be attending worksites and talking with employers and workers to ensure compliance. On the spot fines of between $432 and $3,600 apply for those not managing scaffold safety, falls from heights risks, and unlicenced workers.
24/5/2016 · Industry news. A construction company in Victoria was recently convicted and fined $50,000 over an incident in which a concrete truck tipped over and seriously injured a worker after unknowingly setting up on top of a temporarily covered ventilation shaft. The company, Ducon, was found guilty by the Melbourne Magistrates Court on one charge of
This Code provides practical guidance for persons conducting a business or undertaking on how to manage the health and safety risks associated with excavation work. This Code applies to all types of excavation work including bulk excavations more than 1.5 metres deep, trenches, shafts and tunnels.
Concrete pumping pressure can be in excess of 85 bar, especially when blockages occur. All of these incidents had the potential for serious injuries if workers had been near to where the failure occurred. In one incident, a car's windscreen was broken
7/9/2018 · "Existing Notes" means (i) Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping, Inc.'s 10.375% Senior Secured Notes due 2023 and (ii) Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping, Inc.'s 10.375% Senior Secured Notes due 2021. "Existing Notes Indentures" means (i) the 2021 Notes
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S. LOCATION OF UTILITIES - Public utility uses and distributing equipment for a public utility, due to its essential nature, shall be permitted in any zoning district. However, where such public utility uses are proposed to be located across, or on unplatted lands, such uses shall be subject to the issuance of Conditional Use Permits in accordance with the provisions of Section 90.30(g) of
A CONSTRUCTION company in Melbourne's east has been convicted and fined $50,000 over a building site incident that left a worker with a broken spine. Jesse Wray-McCann less than 2 min read
1/8/2017 · Building contracts. The threshold amount for a major domestic building contract increased from more than $5,000 to more than $10,000. The threshold amount above which cost plus contracts are permitted has increased from $500,000 or more to $1 million or more. For a cost plus contract entered into before 1 August 2017, the limit remains $500,000