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Employer found to have breached duty of care to concrete delivery driver
On 26 July 20218 the Plaintiff, a concrete delivery driver, suffered a left wrist and secondary psychiatric injury.
Employer found liable for ankle injury
The plaintiff suffered an injury to her right ankle and a psychological injury when she stepped on a Lego block and rolled her ankle whilst removing an A-Frame obstacle course from a storage shed on 29 August 2017.
Employer found liable for a lumbar spine injury
The plaintiff suffered an injury to her lumbar spine while lifting a load from a low pallet to a sheft on 28 April 2019.
WorkCover successfully appeals extension of limitation period
Mr Lawson’s knee was injured on 13 April 1999 in the course of pushing a work vehicle to a service station. Mr Lawson alleged the workplace was negligent.
Auto guided vehicles case study: Carlton United Breweries
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland visited Carlton United Breweries (CUB) to learn more about auto guided vehicles (AGV) at the Yatala facility and how they are improving onsite traffic management (OSTM). CUB employs more than 1,700 people at six Australian breweries and various offices around Australia.
Truck Driver Awarded Damages for Faulty Truck Seat
The Plaintiff was a 38 year old truck driver who alleged he sustained a lower back disc protrusion driving a truck with a faulty seat over a period of months.