Monthly Archives: October 2015

Food manufacturing company and director sentenced

A multi million pound turnover food manufacturer and one of its directors have been fined after a worker was crushed by a forklift truck at its Warwickshire factory.

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Playground inspector in court after boy seriously injured in swing collapse

A playground inspector has been fined after a seven-year-old boy suffered life-threatening head injuries when the rope swing he was playing on collapsed.

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Council fined after man killed by swing barrier

North Lincolnshire Council has been fined after a man died when his car drove into a horizontal swing barrier gate to a car park at a sports ground.

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Council fined for safety failings after child was injured

Doncaster Council has been fined after an 8-year-old girl suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured hip, when a wooden hoarding was blown onto the pavement during high winds.

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Firm in court for legionella failings

An international engineering firm, which refurbishes turbine blades, has been fined for failing to manage the risk to public and employees to potentially fatal legionella bacteria.

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Wrong charger warning after e-cig causes Camden flat fire

Fire investigators are reminding people to use the correct chargers with their electronic devices after a charging electronic cigarette started a fire at a flat in Camden.

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