Surviving electric shock: a personal story
Jason Daniels was just 17 when he received a serious electric shock. He was moving a grain auger and contacted an overhead powerline, resulting in horrific injuries.
His story is now being told through a new film: Jason Daniels’ story – surviving an electric shock from overhead powerlines, which tells how quickly life changed for Jason and his family.
Both Jason and his mother, Di Daniels, share their experience in the raw and real film to raise awareness around having a safe system of work in place before starting work and to urge employers to listen when young workers speak up with safety concerns.
Industry members are invited to attend the film launch event either in person or via the live stream.
Click here for info and to register for this free event. Attendees will see the film and hear directly from Jason and Di as well as Queensland’s Electrical Safety Office, Ergon Energy and AgForce Queensland.
Event details — details have changed
Wednesday, 31 March 10:00–11:00 am. Attend the live stream (details to be provided upon registration) or in person at City Golf Club, 254 South Street, Toowoomba. Please note — due to a three-day lockdown in the greater Brisbane area, this event has been postponed until Wednesday, 5 May.
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