A gas engineer from West Bromwich has been prosecuted after a family of five were taken to hospital following exposure to carbon monoxide.
Daily archives: Monday, March 12, 2012
A countryside management firm has been sentenced over the death of a father-of-four in Barrow-in-Furness, who was struck by a piece of metal that flew off a strimmer at high speed.
A Southampton-based roofing company has been prosecuted after a worker suffered serious injuries, including brain damage, when he fell from a roof.
Procedure for applying for the outdoor use of anticoagulant rodenticides that are restricted to indoor use
In order to make a successful application for the use of a currently restricted rodenticide outdoors certain areas must be considered and fully addressed. This document is listed under ‘environment’.
Since the ABTT withdrew its Code of Practice in view of the HSE’s concerns , much work has been carried out by the theatre industry, not only on Tallescopes but also on other methods for working at height in theatres. Involved parties were the Theatrical Management Association (TMA), The Federation of Scottish Theatre (FST), the [...]
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