Union agrees with safety switch calls after Victoria Point electrocution

By Hannah Baker
Updated June 1 2018 - 2:32pm, first published May 16 2018 - 6:00am
RECOMMENDATIONS: Deputy state coroner John Lock last month said Matthew Trent Ross' life could have been saved if a safety switch – called a residual current device – had been installed. Photo: File
RECOMMENDATIONS: Deputy state coroner John Lock last month said Matthew Trent Ross' life could have been saved if a safety switch – called a residual current device – had been installed. Photo: File

THE Electrical Trades Union has supported calls by a coroner for tougher safety switch requirements and electrical safety laws after a carpenter was electrocuted at Victoria Point.

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