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A Rockhampton company has been charged over the electrocution of a 16-year-old insulation worker
last November.

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LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: More charges have been laid over deaths associated with the Federal
Government's home insulation scheme.

The Queensland Justice Department has charged a Rockhampton company over the electrocution of a
16-year-old insulation worker last November.

Arrow Property Maintenance has been charged with breaching the Electrical Safety Act by failing to
run its business safely.

It's also been charged with failing to ensure its workers were protected from high falls.

Earlier this year, a separate company, QHI installations, was charged over the death of insulation
installer Matthew Fuller in Brisbane last October.