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Long working hours a high risk (Read 1623 times)
16. Jun 2009 at 11:07

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A young security worker on a student visa was fatally injured on his way to work when the car he was driving crashed into a safety barrier on the Graham Farmer freeway. There was no evidence of brakes being applied before the car crashed. It was identified that the security worker was employed by two security companies. The security worker had finished a seven-hour shift for the first security company. After a five hour break, the security officer started a 12.5-hour night shift for the second security company, which he finished at 6.30am. The incident occurred as he was on his way to another three hour shift for the second security company commencing at 9.00am  that morning.

http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/WorkSafe/PDF/Safety_alerts/2009/10-09_working_hour...
 

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