ENVIRONMENT

Lead dangers abound

A WESTERN Australia-based fire assay company has been charged by Worksafe for failing to ensure biological monitoring was conducted on an employee in a lead-risk job after four workers were found to have high levels of lead in their blood.

 Jinning's Kalgoorlie factory

Jinning's Kalgoorlie factory

One worker ended up in hospital for treatment to reduce his very high blood lead levels. Jinning conducts fire assay work at locations in Perth and Kalgoorlie. That work includes determining the...

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