|Defendant||Terence Herbert House|
|Trading Name||House Roofing and Insulation|
|Section||19(1) and 19(6)|
|Offence Date||Wednesday, 2 May 2001|
|Description of Breach(es)||
Being an employer, failed to provide and maintain, so far as was practicable, a working environment in which its employees were not exposed to hazards.
The defendant was the main contractor undertaking re-roofing work on a building in Donnybrook.
On 2 April 2001 an inspector observed three persons working on the roof without any protection from falling. An improvement notice was issued to the defendant.
Two subsequent visits, on 30 April 2001 and 1 May 2001 also found work being undertaken on the roof without fall protection.
The defendant pleaded guilty. The penalty was imposed under section 19(6).
|Conviction Date||08 Aug 2002|
|Court||Bunbury Court of Petty Sessions|