A Merseyside company has been sentenced for failing to properly train staff on how to use equipment that enables them to work at height.
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A Nuneaton storage and distribution firm has been fined after a worker was killed when a tall stack of empty wooden pallets toppled on to him.
An international chemical firm has been fined more than £100,000 after workers were put in danger in three separate incidents at its Cheshire factory.
A seasonal illuminations company in Chesham has been fined for safety failings after an employee broke his arm and lost several teeth when he fell from a ladder.
A High Peak cabinet manufacturer has been fined for safety failings after part of an employee’s finger was cut off in machinery.
A Merseyside builder has appeared in court after an employee suffered life-threatening injuries when he fell from the roof of a terraced house.
A director of a Wimborne building firm has been fined after a self-employed worker was seriously injured when working on an extension at a local cottage.
A Hampshire farm manager has been prosecuted after he was caught on camera putting two workers at risk by using the grain bucket on a telehandler to lift them up to a barn roof.
An east Hampshire farm owner has been prosecuted after an untrained worker plunged over four metres from a tree as he was using a chainsaw to prune branches.
Afternoon meeting of Manchester Occupational Health and Safety Group (MOHSG) that includes the above talk by John Grevatt, The First Aid Training School. An HSE Workplace officer will be in attendance.
The owner of a former Burton upon Trent brewery and the sub-contractor on a project to refurbish it have been prosecuted after a catalogue of safety failings was uncovered surrounding the unsafe removal of asbestos.
A South London businessman and his company have been prosecuted for safety breaches after a worker narrowly escaped being crushed by a collapsing load of stone slabs.
The owner of a Herne Bay hair salon has been fined for failing to provide legally required insurance cover that enables employees to claim damages should they be injured at work.
A West Midlands glass processor has been prosecuted for safety breaches after an employee’s finger had to be amputated when it was crushed in machinery.
GKN Aerospace was prosecuted today (25 March) for failing to heed safety regulations for at least six years, leaving a group of employees with permanent nerve damage.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a consultation on the content of revised guidance to help businesses put in place appropriate arrangements for the provision of first aid.
A Halesowen scaffolding company has been fined after an inexperienced 18-year-old apprentice broke his back when he fell more than three metres.
A Dudley steel tube manufacturer has been fined after two employees, including an apprentice just three weeks into a new job, were injured in separate incidents within the same month.
A Cannock vehicle repair company was today (20 March) fined after a 16 year-old on work experience suffered burns when toxic paint stripper splashed into his eyes and face.
A boat repair business has been prosecuted after it sent two employees to carry out work in a fishing boat’s diesel tank that could have led to an explosion and put them at risk of being overcome by fumes.