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15 more people die at work

15 more people die at work

15 more people die at work

Fifteen more people have died in work-related incidents, according to the latest notifiable fatalities report from Safe Work Australia.

The deaths occurred in March and included 12 male workers, one female worker, one male bystander and one female bystander.

Four of the fatalities involved a vehicle incident – public road crash, three involved a vehicle incident not on a public road, and two each involved crushing and drowning.

The remaining four fatalities involved a pedestrian hit by a vehicle (public road), a fall from a height, a vehicle incident (air crash) and a fall on the same level.

For more details, visit notifiable reports

Published on 2 July 2015 in the NSCA Foundation Safe-T-Bulletin.

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