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Queensland's amusement rides will be regularly inspected and Australia's first industrial-manslaughter laws introduced in response to last year's fatal accident at Dreamworld.

By
Dimitris Kametopoulos, Stergos Kastelloriou
Published on
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 14:27
Duration
6 min 34 sec

An overall review of the state's workplace health-and-safety laws has delivered critical findings, making 58 recommendations following 40 industrial deaths last year.

The proposed overhaul will include up to 20-year prison terms for company executives and millions of dollars in fines for corporations in cases involving deaths.

Dimitris Kametopoulos reports.