CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat

WORKSAFE Victoria’s decision not to prosecute over the death of Graeme Edwards at EnergyAustralia’s Yallourn power station two years ago is a denial of justice and a blow to workers’ confidence in the safety laws meant to protect them, according to the mining union.

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CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat CFMEU questions WorkSafe's failure to prosecute after Yallourn power station fat

Yallourn power station in Victoria.

Edwards was killed on November 12 2018, when an arc flash occurred while he was installing a high voltage circuit breaker.

This should have been a routine maintenance task.