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Builder sentenced after roofers spotted working dangerously on Salford restaurant

A builder has been sentenced after two of his employees put themselves, staff and customers at risk while working on the roof of a Frankie and Benny’s restaurant in Salford Quays.

Andrew McElvaney, 52, from Chesterfield, was prosecuted by HSE after the workers were spotted replacing broken tiles on 21 September 2009, without proper safety equipment.

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