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adventure store fined $70,000 over boy\'s rock-climb fall

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-07
An adventure retail store was fined $70,000 for failing safety equipment that caused a teenager to fall nine metres from an indoor rock. climbing wall. The 14-year-
On November 2008, the old boy fell from the climbing wall at the Anaconda store in Frankston and broke his ankle.
The WorkSafe investigator found a repoint descander, which allowed the climber to return to the ground in a controlled manner, and when the boy tilted back down, it tore off the wall, causing him to fall. The 15-
Then, the kilogram fell to the ground, almost losing the boy.
After the WorkSafe investigation, Anaconda was charged with violating the Occupational Health and Safety Act twice.
These costs include failure to adequately train workers in equipment maintenance and failure to ensure that customers do not face health risks when using climbing walls.
\"For kids, climbing the wall should be to have fun with your companions.
\"The reason children can be happy is because they know it\'s 100 safe and they don\'t have to be afraid of falling,\" says Ross Pilkington, manufacturing and logistics director at WorkSafe . \".
\"It\'s not safe in this case-someone fell down and was seriously injured.
To make matters worse, events are completely avoidable and one person is unnecessarily hurt.
\"Anaconda Group Pty Ltd was fined $70,000 yesterday at the Frankfurt Magistrate\'s Court, but it is not on record.
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