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A Stourbridge carpentry company has today [Friday] been fined £3,000 after an employee suffered serious injuries to his hand while operating an unguarded machine.
An Oldham developer has been fined £2,000 after he ignored two formal safety warnings, putting the lives of local residents at risk.
Farmers are being reminded not to use the buckets of telehandlers to drive in fencing posts.
What information do I have to give my tenants?
The Steering Group overseeing an independent evaluation of measures taken to strengthen director leadership of health and safety has concluded its work and submitted its report to the Chair of the HSE Board.
The minutes from the meeting of the Offshore Industry Advisory Committee (OIAC) held on 23 March 2010 at Lord Cullen House, Aberdeen are now available.
The June 2010 edition of the newsletter for offshore workers is now available. In this issue; safety on ageing offshore installations, corrosion study nears completion and much more.
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