News & Events

Enforceable Undertakings - Tomazos Group and JGA Concreting

​NT WorkSafe has accepted enforceable undertakings from two companies over an April 2015 incident where a worker sustained serious injuries after falling from a wall on a Darwin construction site.

NT WorkSafe program ensuring quality rooftop solar installations

Territory homeowners are embracing renewable energy, with a boom in the installation of rooftop solar (Solar PV) systems. Over the past five years, the total number of Solar PV systems in the Northern Territory has increased by 248%, with the Northern Territory the only jurisdiction where the number of Solar PV installations continues to increase annually.

New system for labelling of hazardous chemicals

​In 2017, there will be changes to the way hazardous chemicals used in workplaces are labelled. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals, which was adopted in Australia in 2012, will come into full effect in the Northern Territory and other Australian states from 1 January 2017.

Enforceable Undertaking - Northline

​NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking by the Trustee for the Northline Unit Trust (Northline), over an incident in April 2014, when a customer was severely injured by falling freight while a truck was being unloaded at the Gunbalanya service station.

Product Safety Recall - Smeg built-in barbeques

​A safety recall has been issued for Smeg built-in barbeque models BIBQ1205AF and BIBQ1205AH purchased after 26 July 2013.

Enforceable Undertaking - Kalidonis Pty Ltd

​NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking by Kalidonis Pty Ltd over a 2014 incident which allegedly exposed its employees to asbestos.

Construction project trigger point value increase

​On 4 April 2016, the trigger point value of a construction project will increase to $500,000.

Enforceable Undertaking - Alcan Gove Pty Ltd

​NT WorkSafe has accepted an enforceable undertaking by Alcan Gove Pty Ltd, following a fatality of a worker at its site in 2014.

Rural power pole warning

​Residents of Darwin's rural area are being urged to make sure their meter poles are holding up against the wet season.