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Australia: Refrigeration company to be tried for employee fatality

An Australian refrigeration company, Cool Dynamics is to stand trial after one of its employees died in a gas explosion.

According to the Herald Sun, Joe Cosentino, a 25-year-old refrigerator mechanic, was killed by the blast outside his Mulgrave home just two weeks before Christmas 2011. A hearing this week revealed that the explosion is believed to have been caused by a gas leak from one of six cylinders kept in Mr Cosentino’s work van.

Cool Dynamics is facing charges of failing to provide a safe working environment, failing to provide training and failing to ensure persons were not exposed to risk.

Coronavirus industry update

UPDATED 22 April: In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are issuing statements regarding their operations as the situation evolves. The most up to date information from each company is listed below and ...

  25-Mar-2020

High temperature CO2 heat pump increases hot water efficiency

Mitsubishi Electric has announced the launch of a new commercial heating system running on CO2 (R744) to deliver hot water up to 90°C and help businesses increase the efficiency of hot water production whilst significantly reducing their carbon ...

  21-Sep-2020

Fridge Freezer Direct Introduces J & E Hall's range of Cellar Cooling

Reliable and energy efficient, the JCC range of cellar coolers are designed to be used in wine and beer cellars above or below ground.
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