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  • The Safe Side | Issue 26

    This month we cover the significant and concerning conviction of a New Zealand company after its employee was injured while working overseas. We also have articles on two recent convictions that resulted in fines of more than $400,000, as well as a prosecution that arose after a quad bike fatality. Finally, we touch on new research about creating safer and healthier work for those in the trucking industry.

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  • The Safe Side | Issue 25

    We all live with “dust” in our everyday lives but we may not appreciate that some types of dust are deadly. In this issue, we look at two prosecutions that resulted from a failure to control the risks associated with exposure to dust in a workplace. We also cover a prosecution in New South Wales that arose after a labour hire worker was killed at his workplace along with a case where an Auckland company was prosecuted after a worker was shot in the heart with a nail gun.

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  • The Safe Side | Issue 24

    This month we have three articles about health and safety leadership, including two covering recent prosecutions in Western Australia and the UK that resulted in jail terms for a director and a site manager. We also look at a new enforceable undertaking in the maritime sector and the sentencing of a steel company after a serious workplace injury. Finally, we provide an update on the latest data on work fatalities.

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