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In large shopping centres, stores frequently contract out the management of their shopping trolleys to collection companies.
In August 2014, an opal miner lost his life when he fell into a blind Caldwell shaft on the opal fields.
While using a sledge hammer to strike and loosen the hardened bucket tooth on earthmoving equipment, a worker received a serious chest injury when a shard of hardened steel from the tooth imbedded
A worker was injured when struck in the head by a hydraulic hose and fitting that had suddenly separated from its connection point to a 50-tonne hydraulic jack while operating under pressure during
A mill hand was fatally injured when he was crushed by a moving component of the machine he was working on.
Synthetic fibre slings or 'soft' slings are regularly used in workplaces for the lifting and moving of loads by cranes.
Wood chippers are powerful machines used to reduce tree trunks and branches into small wood chips through the action of a cutting disc.
A person received serious burn injuries when an LPG barbeque cylinder, kept in a car boot on a hot day (34°C) for about one hour, released gas which was subsequently ignited when the boot door was
An incident occurred involving the use of an H-frame roll cage in a retail store. H-frame roll cages are wheeled cages used for the movement of stock and goods.
An incident occurred involving a large hydraulic excavator that was engulfed in fire while in operation.