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Australia Company fined $70k for man's skylight fall

09:12  05 september  2017
09:12  05 september  2017 Source:   msn.com

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Facebook fined 1.2 million euros by Spanish data watchdog : Company fined $ 70 k for man ' s skylight fall A roofing company in Perth has been f 04:36 12 september 2017 Source: Reuters. Company fined $ 70 k for man ' s skylight fall .

Personal Fall Protection ». Mobile Man Anchor. A construction company has been ordered to pay a £60,000 fine directly to an employee after he fell through a skylight roof while working at height and suffered life changing injuries.

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A roofing company has been fined $70,000 after a labourer was seriously injured when he fell five metres through a skylight in Perth.

Round Table Roofing was doing refurbishment work for Deslin, trading as Roofing 2000, at a building in Bicton in September 2015 when a labourer standing on a loose insulation roll next to a skylight fell through to the concrete floor, suffering multiple fractures.

Round Table Roofing pleaded guilty in Fremantle Magistrates Court to failing to provide and maintain a safe work environment and, by that failure, causing serious harm to a person.

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A Guelph-based road maintenance company has been slapped with a $ 70 ,000 fine after a construction worker was severely burned by hot tar in Toronto in 2016. The incident happened on Sept. 26 at Logan and Danforth avenues and emergency crews found the man encased in the molten tar inside a truck.

A roofing company based in Exeter has been fined after an employee fell through a roof light . North and East Devon Magistrates’ Court heard how an employee of Haran Limited fell approximately three metres to the ground below.

The company was fined $70,000 and ordered to pay costs of $1369.

The operation manager of Deslin was fined $7500 in June over the same incident.

WorkSafe WA Commissioner Lex McCulloch said the worker was very fortunate to survive.

"Over the past 10 years, 31 WA workers have lost their lives as the result of work-related falls, five of these during the 2016/17 financial year," he said on Tuesday.

"Add to this the number of workers who have sustained permanent and life-changing injuries in falls, and the size of the problem becomes apparent."

Bellamy backs Greenberg in war with Flanagan, Barrett .
He has had his own fair share of post-match blow ups but Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has sided with NRL boss Todd Greenberg over the decision to whack Trent Barrett and Shane Flanagan with huge fines. Manly’s Barrett and Cronulla coach Flanagan were this week fined $20,000 and $30,000 each for their respective post-match rants at the referees after controversial losses last weekend.Greenberg was scathing in his criticism of the two coaches, declaring the game needs to ‘grow up’ and claiming post-match sprays directed at referees damage the game all the way down to the grassroots level.

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