Charges laid over NT worker's crash death

A cattle station owner has been charged with workplace safety offences after a British national died in a car crash in the Northern Territory.

Daniel Jarmin, 26, a worker for Australian Green Properties was travelling near Tennant Creek heading to his workplace Epenarra Station in 2016 when his car rolled, NT WorkSafe says.

The authority alleges the car he was driving was in poor mechanical condition.

The company was charged with numerous offences including failure to provide proper maintenance on the car and not providing four-wheel-drive training.

If found guilty, the company faces a maximum penalty of $1.5 million.

The case will commence before Darwin Local Court on April 10.