Man dies under forklift in workplace accident

5/05/2020 12:54:00 PM

A man has died in a shocking workplace accident in Sydney.

A 30-year-old man has died after he got trapped underneath a forklift this afternoon. 9News

A man has died in a shocking workplace accident in Sydney.

A man died in a workplace accident in Chipping Norton.(9News)The victim, aged in his 30s, became trapped beneath a forklift just after 1pm.Emergency crews responded to the scene at the Chipping Norton worksite, but paramedics were unable to save the man.

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first problem is that the industry that give out forklift licences needs to be overhauled, get a licence in 3 days is ridiculous, that just not enough training or hours… You should test him for COVID 19 - Boost up the fake stats! Curious to see the outcome from this! Totally wrong forklift for the job to begin with!

Workers deserve safe work places. 😔 Tragic! Should never happen.

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A man died in a workplace accident in Chipping Norton. (9News) The victim, aged in his 30s, became trapped beneath a forklift just after 1pm. “The school will be non-operational for the on-site attendance of staff and students while the school conducts contact tracing and is cleaned. Emergency crews responded to the scene at the Chipping Norton worksite, but paramedics were unable to save the man. But organisers hinted at a make-up version that would "celebrate film and filmmakers". Continue reading . RELATED: How are you coping during the pandemic? Take our survey Meanwhile, Anglicare’s Newmarch House aged care staff members will now be subject to daily COVID-19 tests in an attempt to manage the outbreak at the facility where 14 residents have died.