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Construction firm fined £20,000 after contractor left brain damaged by fall

Published on 9/01/2017

A Lincolnshire based construction company were prosecuted after a contractor was left with brain damage following a fall onto a concrete floor.

NHS Trust fined after patient drowned on specialist dementia ward

Published on 29/11/2016
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been fined £366,000 after a patient was found face-down in a bath full of water in a specialist dementia ward.

Car component firm fined after multiple back injuries to workers

Published on 24/11/2016
A car component manufacturer has been sentenced after six workers experienced back injuries from repeatedly lifting heavy car engine parts by hand.

Only four UK councils tackling work- related respiratory diseases, BSIF study shows

Published on 18/11/2016
The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) is urging Local Authorities to see occupational health as ‘public health’, after an investigation showed that only four UK councils are investing in work- related respiratory diseases programmes.


Latest HSE statistics: No room for complacency says Ladder Association

Published on 8/11/2016

HSE’s annual ill health and injury statistics, published last week, reveals that there has been a downward trend in the number of falls from height. However, this is not the time for complacency says the Ladder Association.

 

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