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Accident scene
08 October 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company fined £1 million after an employee died during maintenance and repair work

Telehandler
23 September 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Owner and director of Mike Took Ltd ordered to do unpaid work after employee critically injured

Dozer
13 September 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

APK Earthmoving Ltd fined after site security guard suffers life-changing injuries to his hand

HSE prosecution
06 August 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Celtic Rock Services Ltd and director sentenced after workers diagnosed with hand arm vibration syndrome

O-ring and chain

Company prosecuted after unsafe lifting operation goes wrong at Kings Cross concrete plant

Health and safety prosecution

Minteq UK fined £200,000 after worker suffers fatal injuries when struck by forklift truck

Welding fumes

Gauntlet Health and Safety urge business to put the right controls in place without delay

Accident stats

Provisional data reveal that 147 workers were fatally injured across all industrial sectors in 2018/19

Sarah Albon

Workplace health and safety regulator announces appointment of Sarah Albon as new chief executive

The conveyor where Mr Mathieson was injured

Aggregates company fined £33,350 after a worker trapped and injured in poorly guarded screener

HSE prosecution

Sanders Plant and Waste Management fined £500,000 after struck and killed by reversing wheel loader

Prosecution

Lancashire waste recycling company receives £20,000 fine after a worker is injured by machinery

Welding fumes
14 February 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Health and Safety Executive announces change in enforcement expectations for mild steel welding fume

James Rudoni
10 February 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Mates in Mind urges industry leaders to invest in a joined-up approach to mental health conversations at work

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