Browsing: WHS decisions (National)

THU
3:15PM

Safety concerns upheld in six-person reinstatement order

A major logistics employer should have been more transparent with a group of shift managers who expressed safety concerns when they were asked to step into stevedoring roles during an industrial dispute, a full bench of the Fair Work Commission has found in upholding the reinstatement of all six managers.

WED
3:45PM

COVID vaccine rule amounts to "statutory qualification"

The requirement for certain workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 can be likened to a new regulatory requirement or mandatary training qualification for a particular role, a commission has ruled in one of a rapidly growing number of decisions on the issue.

WED
12:56PM

Vaccine dismissal fair despite medical contraindication

A worker was advised by her doctor that it was potentially unsafe for her to receive an influenza vaccination, but her aged care employer acted fairly and reasonably in dismissing her for not getting the jab, the Fair Work Commission has ruled.

THU
1:40PM

Vaccinated worker "extraordinarily" defied directions

A global aviation services company was entitled to sack a NSW worker who "quite extraordinarily" refused to provide proof of her COVID-19 vaccination despite having received both jabs, a tribunal has found.

WED
11:37AM

Additional hours created WHS risks and breached FW Act

The Federal Court has in a rare ruling on reasonable additional hours found there were "obvious risks" in requiring a meat worker to put in 50-hour weeks while using knives and lifting heavy weights.

TUE
2:43PM

Full bench gives green light to latest WHS poster claim

A major employer has failed to overturn a ruling that a worker, who was previously awarded $200,000 after being featured on a s-xually suggestive WHS poster, is entitled to pursue further damages under unfair dismissal laws.

FRI
2:45PM

Remote-work bid dismissed in anti-vax dispute

A risk and compliance manager's role included safety inspections and many other tasks that needed to be performed at her employer's premises, a commission has heard in rejecting her claim that she should have been permitted to work from home instead of being "forced" to have a COVID-19 vaccine.


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