A Batley family was put in danger after a local builder carried out defective gas fitting work while constructing an extension to their home.
Daily archives: Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Warwickshire County Council has been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive after a self-employed heating contractor lost most of two fingers in poorly guarded machinery.
In September and October 2011, 79 companies or individuals were found guilty and fined as a result of being prosecuted by HSE. Six of these prosecutions were related to maintenance work.
This report is issued as part of the Office for Nuclear Regulation’s (ONR) commitment to make information about inspection and regulatory activities relating to Low Level Waste Repository Site available to the public. Reports are distributed quarterly to members of the Low Level Waste Repository Site Stakeholder Group (SSG).
This month’s ebulletin focuses on: Form MA1; Candidate diver medical questionnaire; MA2 medical forms and changes to contact details.
The sixth meeting of the Hanson Cement Investigation Response Team is taking place on Tuesday 6 December 2011 when experts from Public Health Wales, the Health Protection Agency, and the Health and Safety Executive will present the final elements of the investigation’s work.
Given that the EC stress tests only focus on nuclear power plants, HM Chief Inspector of Nuclear Installations decided to extend the stress test process to all other licensed nuclear installations within the UK. These licensed nuclear installations are designated as non nuclear power plants (non NPP). This report is the progress report on stress [...]