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Two family run companies have been fined after admitting health and safety failings at a site in Manchester, where they were carrying out a basement conversion.
A Birmingham electrician has been ordered to carry out unpaid work in the community after his trainee fell three and a half metres through a plasterboard ceiling.
New addition to the Legionnaires’ disease frequently asked questions page covering HSE’s current position on quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) in the management of legionella risks
A cable manufacturing company has been sentenced today for safety breaches after a worker suffered the loss of his left little finger.
An unregistered plumber has been sentenced after conducting gas work and leaving it in a dangerous state.
Store stopped providing empty ‘tester’ perfume bottles to customer for health and safety reasons.
Supermarket deli refused customer request to leave plastic wrapping on liver sausage stating that it was a ‘choking hazard’.
BAM Construction Limited and Shoreland Projects Limited have been fined after a man suffered multiple life changing injuries including severe burns to his neck.
Bryan Alexander Ltd has been fined after one its workers was crushed by a hydraulic extension on one of its vehicles on the roadside in Plymouth.
An oil company has been fined £1.65m following an explosion at its Stanlow refinery in Ellesmere Port.
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