A chemical firm has been fined £120,000 after an employee sustained severe burns when he was engulfed by a fireball at a factory in Wirral.
A cable manufacturer has been fined after an employee suffered a severe electric shock at its factory in Knowsley.
A Nantwich man has been ordered to carry out 300 hours of community service after he put lives at risk by illegally carrying out gas work at three homes in Crewe.
A gas fitter has been sentenced following a major explosion in Irlam which injured ten adults and five children, and left a 73-year-old woman with severe burns.
A Rochdale man has been fined after he tricked a married couple into believing he was legally qualified to install a new gas boiler, a court has heard.
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 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 building firm and one of its directors have been sentenced after an employee fell 15 metres to his death in an empty water storage tank in Macclesfield.
The landlord of a Blackburn business unit has been found guilty of a health and safety offence after two people suffered carbon monoxide poisoning from a dangerous gas heater.
A packaging firm has been fined £200,000 after an employee severely injured both of his hands when they became trapped in heavy machinery at a Whitehaven factory.
A worker suffered multiple head injuries and was left blind in one eye after he plunged nearly five metres through a fragile barn roof in Edale, a court has heard.
A local council has been found guilty of breaching health and safety law after a school caretaker was injured in a fall from a shed roof in Oldham.
The co-owner of a South Lakeland farm has been sentenced after an employee was found dead under the wheel of a tractor.
A flooring manufacturer has been found guilty of safety failings after an employee was dragged into an unguarded machine at its factory in Greater Manchester.
A Macclesfield window manufacturer has been fined after one of its employees had a finger cut off by a rotating saw.
A Merseyside trucker could have been killed when his vehicle hit an 11,000 volt overhead power line as he tipped fertiliser onto farmland in Maghull, a court has heard.
A Trafford firm has appeared in court after workers were spotted taking down scaffolding without safety measures to prevent them being injured in a fall.
Bury Council has appeared in court after one of its employees suffered an electric shock from a 230 volt mains cable.
A Merseyside roofer has been fined after he allowed lives to be put at risk on the roof of a semi-detached house in Maghull.
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