Dynabuild Pty Ltd
A Summary of Public Information
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So much for safety
The accident occurred despite a workplace safety inspector earlier ordering Rocco Natoli's
construction company to immediately improve unsatisfactory safety practices. The Industrial
Court of NSW recently fined Mr Natoli $24,000 for failing to prevent the accident and two later
near misses. Mr Natoli is now the sole director of another firm, Dynabuild. The Dynabuild
website boasts a "sterling safety record to be proud of".
Anger was also directed at Apex Building Services co-owner Roy "Rocco" Natoli. Mr Natoli is both
an owner of the company and an owner of Apex's largest creditor, Allied Acquisitions, according
to documents from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
Mr Natoli, through his wife Joanna, has denied any involvement with the company but did not
return the Mercury's calls.
On 19 July 2006, a form worker was injured when he fell 7.3 metres from a formwork deck he was
After a WorkCover investigation the defendant Rocco Natoli was charged with three counts of
breaching the OHS Act 2000 section 8(2).
On 10 June 2011 the defendant was convicted by the Court and fined $24,000. Full judgement available
by clicking on the link below.
Inspector Colin Fraser v Rocco Natoli  NSWIRComm 180
The Industrial Court of NSW has clarified why charges against a company director for safety breaches do not need to specifically identify the director’s alleged failures to exercise due diligence. The court also looked at the circumstances in which a director may withdraw a guilty plea.