Monthly Archives: September 2015

Company sentenced after worker’s life changing injuries

A company was fined £40,000 today after a worker suffered life changing injuries when part of a structure weighing 750kg fell on him.

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Business partners fined following worker injured in explosion

Northallerton Magistrates, 4 August, heard how the explosion at Mason Engineering on 18 November 2013 happened as they were transferring oxygen between pressurised cylinders.

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Building contractor sentenced over unsafe working practices

An international construction firm has been sentenced after admitting multiple safety issues at a Manchester site where it was carrying out a shop refurbishment.

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Plumber fined after causing explosion at domestic property

A self-employed plumber has been fined for safety failings that led to an explosion at a domestic property in Cambrian Way, Haslingden.

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Councils sentenced over safety breaches in Stonehaven pool incident

Two Scottish councils were fined today after an incident in which a child was found at the bottom of a local swimming pool.

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Roofing contractor fined after employee fell through fragile roof

A Norwich-based roofing contractor has been fined after his employee fell seven metres through a roof on which he was working.

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