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Liverpool dock workers injured in high voltage shock

Thursday, September 8, 2011

A crane maintenance firm has been sentenced after two dock workers suffered injuries in a high voltage electric shock at the Seaforth Container Terminal in Liverpool.

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Man fined after worker injured on Huddersfield site

Thursday, September 8, 2011

A worker was left with permanent damage to his arm after being told by his site manager to use a heavy-duty core drill by hand on a construction site in Huddersfield.

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West Yorkshire firm fined over worker injury

Thursday, September 8, 2011

One of Huddersfield’s oldest firms has been fined for breaching safety laws after a worker’s fingers were partly severed by an unguarded block saw.

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Langford mushroom firm fined after worker’s arm crushed

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A Langford mushroom farm worker’s arm was broken in two places when he was dragged into a net cleaning machine, a court in North Somerset has heard.

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HSE response to ‘Conker time dangers’ letter in Telegraph & Argus (Bradford)

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Paul Spurrier, HSE’s Head of Operations for Yorkshire and the Humber’s response.

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Asbestos exposure leads to fine

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A Grantham building contractor and a local authority have been fined after a spread of asbestos during bathroom renovation work at a flat in the town.

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Poignant training pledge launched to tackle West Midlands’ share of 4,000 asbestos death toll

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A poignant target of 4,000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in the West Midlands protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Poignant pledge tackles Cumbria’s asbestos deaths

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A Cumbrian support group, which helps sufferers of asbestos diseases in the county, is backing a new initiative to provide free training for tradesmen.

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Poignant training pledge launched to tackle North East’s share of 4,000 asbestos death toll

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A poignant target of 4,000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in the North East and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Training pledge launched to tackle Scotland’s share of 4000 asbestos death toll (West Scotland)

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

A target of 4000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in Scotland and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Pitmachie garage worker fatally injured

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A Pitmachie garage has been fined after one of its workers was fatally injured when a metal oil drum he was working on exploded.

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Two Sheffield companies in court over worker’s injury

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Two Sheffield firms have been fined after a worker fell through a fragile rooflight while removing asbestos at the city’s now-demolished college.

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Training pledge launched to tackle Scotland’s share of 4000 asbestos death toll

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A target of 4000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in Scotland and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Poignant pledge tackles Merseyside’s asbestos deaths

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A Merseyside support group, which helps sufferers of asbestos diseases in the county, is backing a new initiative to provide free training for tradesmen.

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Poignant pledge tackles Greater Manchester’s asbestos deaths

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A Greater Manchester support group, which helps sufferers of asbestos diseases in the county, is backing a new initiative to provide free training for tradesmen.

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Poignant training pledge launched to tackle Yorkshire and the Humber’s share of 4000 asbestos death toll

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A target of 4000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in Yorkshire and the Humber and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Poignant training pledge launched to tackle London’s share of 4,000 asbestos death toll

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A poignant target of 4,000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in London and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Poignant training pledge launched to tackle the South East’s share of 4,000 asbestos death toll

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A poignant target of 4,000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen in the South East and across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

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Company fined after scaffolding collapse at wedding

Monday, September 5, 2011

A Surrey-based company has been fined after the floor of a marquee collapsed just as 150 guests sat down to enjoy a wedding breakfast.

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Council in court over workers exposed to asbestos

Monday, September 5, 2011

Birmingham City Council and a Solihull refurbishment company have been sentenced for exposing three men to asbestos during work on a school.

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