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A builder has been fined for safety failings after an employee suffered life changing injuries when he fell through a fragile roof light.
A building company firm has been fined for safety failings after an employee suffered permanent injury to his eye from lack of correct protection.
A Supermarket café told a customer that they are unable to heat up the mince pies they serve for health and safety reasons.
A company who specialises in paint coatings has been fined for exposing its employees to health risks.
Newport Magistrates’ Court heard how in March 2015 Limited Specialist Paint Coatings Limited of Cardiff was refurbishing 72 metal window frames at premises on High Street, Newport. They exposed employees and others to health risks by high pressure shot blasting old lead based paint.
An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) into the incident, found that there was an inadequate risk assessment and a lack of control measures to reduce the risk of exposuring workers and others to lead.
Read more http://press.hse.gov.uk/2015/company-fined-for-exposing-employees-to-health-risks/
A customer made a complaint about other gym users filling up personal water bottles from a water cooler instead of using the disposable cone cups provided. The customer stated that this was against health and safety regulations as germs could be spread this way.
A Hertfordshire based care provider engaged in construction works, has been fined after it admitted unsafe working practices, including failure to remove asbestos materials from the old buildings before demolition work.
The director of a construction company has been fined for safety failings after a worker fell from a ladder, resulting in life-changing injuries.
A specialist piling contractor has been fined after it was found to be operating a powerful rig without a safety guard around the rotating auger.
An employer has been fined after a worker died after inhaling fumes while cleaning a chemical stripping paint tank at a motor vehicle repair company.
Two associate companies have been fined after the death of a worker in London, killed when concrete joists fell on him.
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A self-employed Middleton man was fined for carrying out gas work while not being registered with Gas Safe Register.
A Nottingham sub-contractor has been prosecuted after a worker was injured when he fell from an unsafe ladder.
A landlord has been fined after a defective gas appliance was found to be in operation at his premises.
A Hampshire metal manufacturing company has been fined for safety failings after an employee suffered an injury to his hand.
A self-employed plumber left a boiler with numerous faults and in a dangerous state at a customer’s home at Hillyfield Road, Exeter.
A pellet manufacturing company based in Mansfield has been fined after an employee was killed when he was pulled into an industrial blender.
A company that erects steel frames has been fined for safety failings while cladding a steel framed building.
A woodworking firm was fined for safety breaches after stacks of boards fell onto two employees and injured both of them.
More than a million people are being made ill by their work, costing society £14.3 billion, according to new figures published today.
A national company specialising in products and services to rural communities was fined after a worker was injured in a woodworking machinery incident.