A Melbourne man who owned an oxygen clinic in which a client had a seizure and later died will stand trial after pleading not guilty to workplace safety charges.
Former chiropractor Malcolm Hooper has been committed to face a Victorian County Court jury at a date to be fixed, following the death of Craig Dawson in 2016 at his South Yarra clinic, Oxymed Australia.
Mr Dawson, a wheelchair-bound sufferer of multiple sclerosis with epilepsy, had a seizure in a unit at the clinic and died a few days later in hospital.
He had been undergoing twice-weekly, four-hour sessions at Hooper's clinic for 18 months and died following a cardiac arrest.
Australian Associated Press
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