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English-Maori Health And Safety Glossary Released

Tuesday, 27 August 2002, 4:07 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) of the Department of Labour has produced The English-Maori Glossary of Occupational Safety and Health terms. More >>

Sawmill To Pay $8,000 After Thumb Amputation

Thursday, 22 August 2002, 2:27 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

Taranaki Sawmills Ltd were sentenced to pay a fine of $8,000 today after a worker had his thumb amputated in an accident last year. More >>

Worker's Finger Amputated In Chocolate Machine

Tuesday, 20 August 2002, 4:24 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Waikato company has been sentenced to pay a fine of $4,800 after part of a worker's finger was amputated in a chocolate making machine. More >>

Company Sentenced After Worker Crushed To Death

Friday, 16 August 2002, 10:51 am | Occupational Safety And Health

Crusader Meats was fined $30,000 today after a female worker was crushed to death earlier this year. More >>

Nightclub Fined $3,000 After Patron Set Alight

Thursday, 15 August 2002, 3:17 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Hawke's Bay nightclub has been prosecuted by Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) after a patron sustained burns to his face, neck, shoulder and hand. More >>

Company Fined After Worker Falls 5.2 Metres

Wednesday, 14 August 2002, 3:49 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

An labour hire company was sentenced to pay $4,000 today after being prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) in the Manukau District Court. More >>

Port Nelson Ltd Fined After Worker Killed

Wednesday, 14 August 2002, 3:47 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

Port Nelson Ltd was fined $12,000 today after a worker was killed in a workplace accident at the port last year. More >>

Company Fined After Worker Suffered Acid Burns

Monday, 12 August 2002, 4:15 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

Two companies have been fined a total of $20,000 after being prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). More >>

One Workplace Death Is One Too Many

Friday, 2 August 2002, 2:10 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

Claims that the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) has manipulated workplace fatality figures were angrily rejected today by OSH. More >>

Company fined $8,300 after worker harmed

Friday, 14 June 2002, 3:58 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Hawke's Bay company was sentenced today after being prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). More >>

Company Fined $15,000 After Worker Killed

Tuesday, 21 May 2002, 1:07 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Service have prosecuted a Whangarei crane owner after a man died in a workplace accident last year. More >>

Charges laid after Fly By Wire Accident

Tuesday, 21 May 2002, 8:49 am | Occupational Safety And Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) has laid charges in relation to an accident where a tourist was injured last year. More >>

Work related bladder cancer problem in NZ

Monday, 20 May 2002, 12:35 am | Occupational Safety And Health

A link between bladder cancer and certain occupations has prompted a warning from the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) of the Department of Labour. More >>

Charges laid after Southland Go-Kart accident

Wednesday, 15 May 2002, 3:11 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) has laid charges in relation to an accident which injured Roger McKernan in Invercargill on 9 March 2002. More >>

Accident Leaves Worker A Paraplegic

Tuesday, 14 May 2002, 4:39 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Napier company has been fined $17,500 after a worker was seriously injured in an accident last year. More >>

Company Fined $10,000 After Worker Injured

Wednesday, 8 May 2002, 2:06 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Taranaki company has been prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH) after a worker suffered a broken pelvis and three cracked ribs following a workplace accident. More >>

Company Fined $23,500 After Worker Killed

Wednesday, 27 March 2002, 4:14 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Christchurch company was sentenced to pay $23,500 today after a worker was killed in an accident last year. More >>

Tranz Rail Ltd fined $15,000 after worker injected

Monday, 18 March 2002, 2:19 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

Tranz Rail was fined $15,000 today after being prosecuted by the Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). More >>

Queenstown Fly By Wire Gets Certificate To Open

Monday, 4 March 2002, 10:26 am | Occupational Safety And Health

The Occupational Safety and Health Service has issued a Certificate of Registration, under the Amusement Device Regulations 1978, to Fly by Wire, Queenstown. More >>

$10,000 Fine After Man Hit On Head By Crane

Tuesday, 26 February 2002, 3:37 pm | Occupational Safety And Health

A Waikato company has been sentenced to pay $10,000 after a member of the public was hit on the head by a crane. More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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