WorkSafe Victoria is urging employers and employees to work together to improve safety following the revelation that 27 people were killed on worksites in the state in 2017. This was the highest number of workplace fatalities since 2009.
WorkSafe’s Head of Operations and Emergency Management, Adam Watson said these are more than statistics, these are people, loved ones whose workplaces, communities and families would be left devastated by their deaths.
He said employers and workers should focus on working together to make the workplace safer and reduce this horrendous death toll.
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