|Defendant||New Westcoaster Pty Ltd|
|Trading Name||Not Applicable|
|Regulation||3.54(1)(a)  and 4.37(1)(b) |
|Offence Date||Friday, 7 February 1997|
|Description of Breach(es)||
 Being a person having control of a workplace failed to ensure that any hole with dimensions of more than 200mm x 200mm, but less than 2 metres x 2 metres or with a diameter greater than 200mm but less than 2 metres in a floor, other than a concrete floor of a building or structure at the workplace is covered with a material that is strong enough to prevent persons or things entering or falling through the hole or opening, and securely fixed to the floor.
 Being an employer, who at a workplace failed to ensure that measures were provided, as far as practicable, to prevent the use of plant, namely a P.A. Bandsaw and an unmarked thicknesser, in a manner that could render the plant a hazard to any person at the workplace.
During an Inspector's inspection of the premises the following was observed:
A plea of guilty was entered.
|Conviction Date||02 Dec 1997|
|Court||Rockingham Court of Petty Sessions|
|Fine||$1000  and $1500 |
|Charge Number||4600/97  and 4659/97 |