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WorkSafe fails to prosecute over death at power station

VICTORIAN WorkSafe has been described as "neglecting its duty" after it was revealed that the health and safety regulator would not charge EnergyAustralia over the death of a worker at the Yallourn Power station in 2018.

 Yallourn Power Station

Yallourn Power Station

  In November 2018 Graeme Edwards, 54, was fatally injured after reinstalling a high-voltage circuit breaker on one of the plant's four generation units. WorkSafe will not be charging EnergyAustralia...

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