A specialist insurance law firm has called for a holistic approach to bullying prevention, in light of a recent case which involved a 19-year old apprentice who was doused in flammable liquid and had his clothes set on fire over what one of the perpetrators referred to as “hijinks gone wrong.”
Tad-Mar Electrical supervisors Luke Daniel Chenoweth and Jeffrey Mark Rowe were rapped by SafeWork SA over the incident at a worksite in Woodville in April 2017, where the young worker was subjected to bullying that could have left him with second-degree burns.
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