The newspaper reported that walkers and runners had branded newly-erected warning signs on paths leading to a popular viewpoint as ‘ridiculous’. The signs warned of uneven ground and a steep slope. Mark Dawson, HSE Principal Inspector for Cumbria responds.
Daily archives: Monday, December 12, 2011
Anson Packaging Ltd and Cambs Compressor Engineering Ltd, two companies based in Ely, have been fined a total of £68,030 with £37,743.72 costs after a 24-year-old worker broke his back in a fall from a roof void.
A self-employed blacksmith and fabricator has been fined after one of his employees was severely injured after falling more than seven metres from a roof he was working on.
One of South Yorkshire’s main bus operators has been sentenced for safety breaches after a teenage apprentice was trapped under a 14 tonne bus when its air suspension failed.
Outcome of the consultation on the Fee for Intervention Scheme as presented to the HSE Board on 7 December 2011
This paper informs the HSE Board of the outcome of the formal consultation on the fee for intervention (FFI) and boreholes cost recovery schemes.
Guidance on radioactive waste management has been updated as a result of comments received since February 2010. Revised documents published November 2011.