A Dumfries and Galloway care home provider has been fined for allowing unqualified handymen to illegally install two gas boilers at the premises in Sanquhar.
A County Durham construction firm has been fined for dangerous practices on a building site in Aberdeen.
Scottish Coal has been fined for safety failings after a delivery driver suffered severe crush injuries when a loading shovel reversed into his HGV trapping him between its tailgate and trailer.
A paper manufacturer has been fined after a worker seriously injured his left arm when it became trapped in moving machinery.
A Dunblane farming company has been fined after a worker was left permanently scarred from severe injuries to her leg and ankle when they were caught in an unguarded conveyor system.
A major scotch whisky manufacturer has been fined after two workers had to flee a warehouse fire.
Apprentice tradespeople across Clydebank are set to benefit from a new e-learning package to help them better understand the risks from asbestos.
A self-employed scaffolder has been fined after a member of the public suffered head injuries after walking into an unguarded metal pole.
A Kilmarnock firm that makes engine parts has been fined after a worker was injured when his hand got trapped in unguarded machinery.
An Edinburgh food firm has been fined after a worker seriously injured his hand on an unguarded dough mixer.
A Fife construction firm has been fined for exposing workers to fall from height risk by using unsafe scaffolding.
Businesses and organisations with cooling towers in the west of Scotland are facing checks to ensure they are managing legionella risks appropriately.
At Inverness Sheriff Court today, George Leven Deuchars McCallum, 52, pleaded guilty to a contravention of Section 7(a) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, in connection with the death of 14 year old Kaylee McIntosh at Loch Carnan, South Uist, on 3 August 2007.
A Fife man has been fined after one of his employees fell to his death through the fragile roof of a Markinch warehouse.
Sets out the protocols and liaison arrangements between HSE and other regulators involved in investigating any work-related death.
Figures published today show slight falls in a number of key areas of workplace ill-health and injury in Scotland.
Dozens of construction sites across Scotland have been put under the spotlight as part of an intensive inspection regime by the Health and Safety Executive. A total of 15 Prohibition Notices were served because the proper precautions were not in place for working at height.
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A haulage company has been fined after an employee sustained injuries falling from a wooden pallet carried on a fork lift truck.
The number of offshore hydrocarbon releases reached a record low last year, new provisional figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) reveal.
Employer cites health and safety as reason for banning cycles for work related travel.
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