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SafeWork NSW statement: Rydalmere incident

SafeWork NSW < 1 mins read

SafeWork NSW is responding to a serious incident which occurred at a factory on Victoria Road in Rydalmere this morning.

Reports received suggest two workers were injured in the process of installing a new gantry crane. It is understood the injuries are not life threatening, however this incident is a reminder for all businesses of the risks associated with working with plant and machinery.

SafeWork’s investigation is ongoing and as such no further comment is available at this time.

Information about managing the risk of plant and machinery in the workplace is available via the SafeWork NSW website.

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