A Durham firm has been fined after a worker suffered horrific injuries and had to have his arm amputated when he fell into dangerous machinery in an asphalt production plant.
Wienerberger Limited has been fined for safety failings after a worker suffered multiple injuries when he fell from the roof of an industrial brick oven at a site in Bishop Auckland.
This alert informs designers, manufacturers and suppliers of stone or artificial stone fireplace surrounds of the need to provide adequate fixings and fixing options as well as detailed instructions on their safe assembly.
A Bradford man may need to have his foot and lower leg amputated as a result of a crush injury caused by the safety failures of his employers more than a year ago.
A maintenance engineer lost the tips of two fingers when they became caught in machinery in a Plymouth factory, a court heard today.
A cable manufacturer has been fined after an employee suffered a severe electric shock at its factory in Knowsley.
A Portsmouth steel manufacturer has been sentenced after one of its workers suffered life-changing injuries when he was hit by a falling 1.4 tonne steel beam.
A Gloucester electrical products manufacturer has been fined for breaking safety legislation after an employee was injured in a fall at work.
A Lincolnshire firm which makes disposable paper products has been ordered to pay more than £116,000 in fines and costs after three workers suffered hand injuries using unguarded machines.
A West Midlands steel products manufacturer and its director have been prosecuted for safety failings after a 17-year-old worker seriously injured his hand on a moving saw blade.
A Lincoln man suffered life-changing injuries because of a series of safety failings at the waste recycling plant where he worked in Scunthorpe, a court has heard.
A Staffordshire powder coatings company has been fined for safety failings after an employee’s arm was seriously injured in machinery.
A West Midlands’ iron foundry has been fined after an employee narrowly escaped falling into a stream of molten metal when he fell from a collapsing overhead platform.
A Kent engineering firm has been fined for safety failings after a worker sustained life-threatening injuries during a flawed lifting operation in East London.
A High Peak cabinet manufacturer has been fined for safety failings after part of an employee’s finger was cut off in machinery.
A Derbyshire foundry has been fined after an employee suffered multiple injuries when he was hit by a steel bar weighing 1.6 tonnes.
A Durham recycling firm has been fined for putting workers’ lives at risk after two machines were found to have vital safety mechanisms deliberately disabled.
A Northamptonshire grain firm has been fined after an employee lost three fingers and a thumb on the blades of a running mixer.
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.
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This consultation sets out proposals to publish an Approved Code of Practice on Safety in Ports. Consultation period ends 22 May 2013.
The enquirer was travelling on a train which, due to a staff absence, cancelled the first class buffet car service on health and safety grounds.
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A Burton-on-Trent tyre collection and recycling company has been fined after a teenage worker was seriously injured when he was hit by a falling stack of tyres.
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