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Fencing business owners receive suspended sentences after worker injury

Published on 3/02/2017

The two owners of Kidderminster based fencing firm Hoo Farm Fencing have been given suspended sentences after a worker was hit by timber posts and frames which fell from a fork lift truck.
 

New mental health programme to reduce stigma in construction

Published on 2/02/2017

The British Safety Council and Health in Construction Leadership Group (HCLG) have launched the Mates in Mind programme in a bid to raise awareness about poor mental health in the construction industry.
 

Packaging manufacturer in court over workplace injury

Published on 31/01/2017

A West Bromwich supplier of corrugated packaging has been fined after a maintenance employee was injured when he was pulled into machinery.
 

University of Northumbria fined after botched experiment nearly kills students

Published on 26/01/2017

The University of Northumbria at Newcastle has been fined after two students fell seriously ill following a lab experiment and had to be rushed to hospital.

 

CARILLION CONSTRUCTION SERVICES AND CARDIAC SCIENCE JOIN FORCES

Published on 24/01/2017

Carillion Construction Services has partnered with Cardiac Science to provide AEDs to each of its UK project sites.


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