A tour bus operator has been fined after a mechanical engineer suffered serious injuries while working underneath one of its vehicles.
Daily archives: Wednesday, February 8, 2012
At Glasgow Sheriff Court today, Railcare Ltd were fined £133,000 (reduced from £200,000 on account of their guilty plea) for a breach of Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, following the death of one of their employees on 15 December 2008 at the company’s premises on Charles Street, Springburn.
HSE Chair Judith Hackitt responds to Daily Mail article “An army under fire from elf’n’safety and a busybody culture making babies of us all” – 8 February 2012
CD228 – Consultation on Amendments to the Pipeline Safety Regulations 1996 and the Health and Safety (Fees) Regulations – February 2012 update
8 February 2012 – Update on the proposed amendments to PSR following further stakeholder consultation and research.
A gas fitter from Bradford has been sentenced after leaving an elderly woman at risk when he fitted a new boiler at her home.
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