A West Sussex-based company, Flowserve (GB) Ltd, was fined £150,000 today (4 June) at Lewes Crown Court following the death of a 21-year-old employee.
Daily archives: Friday, June 4, 2010
American Airlines has today been fined £70,000 after one of its workers had to have his leg amputated following an incident at Heathrow Airport.
A Kent-based lift company has been fined following health and safety failings which led to a self-employed lift engineer being crushed to death.
The owner of a Penrith wood processing plant has today been fined £20,000 after a worker had his foot completely severed by a log shavings machine just two weeks into his new job.
A Teesside engineering firm where two workers were potentially exposed to asbestos fibres was yesterday fined a total of £3,000 for failing to protect their employees.
With details of all the new titles and the full stock of hardy perennials. It shows you how to order, all the subscription information, contact details and links to HSE’s other services.
All construction workers have a right to work on sites where they do not get hurt or ill through work. This website will help overseas construction worker
Safety inspectors will be carrying out checks at Scottish farms this month to ensure quad bikes are being used and maintained correctly.
The latest Chief Executive’s report has been published. The report covers topics such as the Deepwater Horizon incident, the HSE Simplification Plan and more
‘Health and Safety: The Cradle to Grave Approach’ – HSE Chair Judith Hackitt’s speech to the University of Bath Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2 June 2010