On 12 September 2016, a dangerous incident occurred on a construction site, when a tower crane came into contact with overhead powerlines, causing a small fire, damage to the power line, tower crane and site electrical installations.
Karim Hannawe (aka Kevin Hannawe) contravened section 28(b) of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.
Summary of undertaking
The undertaking requires the following actions:
- Mr Hannawe will attend a training course on work health and safety for supervisors offered by an RTO;
- Mr Hannawe will attend a training course on risk management offered by an RTO; and
- Mr Hannawe will not commit any offences against the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 within 12 months of the date of acceptance of this undertaking by SafeWork NSW.
Reasons for accepting the undertaking
- The nature of the alleged contravention is assessed as being appropriate for consideration for an Enforceable Undertaking; and
- The actions proposed in the Enforceable Undertaking have been assessed as appropriate.
- The undertaking addresses the requirements contained within the Enforceable Undertakings Guidelines.
18 April 2019
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