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Heartbroken mum calls for worksite safety reform

The mother of a Perth teenager who fell to his death while working on a building site in the CBD is calling for tougher safety laws.

17-year-old Wesley Ballantine was working on the GOP building in January last year, when he fell through a skylight. He wasn’t wearing a safety harness.

Wesley’s mum Regan bravely shared her story on Mornings with Gareth Parker today, saying work site safety practices need an urgent overhaul.

 

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