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A national lift and elevator firm has been sentenced for safety failings that were uncovered after the death of a lift engineer from an electric shock while working at Pentonville prison in North London.
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A Burton-on-Trent tyre collection and recycling company has been fined after a teenage worker was seriously injured when he was hit by a falling stack of tyres.
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Wienerberger Limited has been fined for safety failings after a worker suffered multiple injuries when he fell from the roof of an industrial brick oven at a site in Bishop Auckland.
A decorating company has been fined after it exposed employees, agency staff and members of the public to potentially fatal asbestos material.
The director of a concrete structures firm has been ordered to pay a total of £25,000 in fines and costs after a worker died following a fall from height at a Swansea building site.
A roofing company has been fined for exposing workers to serious risk of injury at a site in Deeside, Flintshire.
A panel set up to expose ‘health and safety’ excuses has clocked up 150 cases in its first year
A York firm that fits solar panels has been prosecuted after an employee fell four metres through the fragile roof of a pig shed at an East Yorkshire farm.
A civil engineering firm has been prosecuted after a construction worker had his left leg broken by the whiplash of an industrial hose being used in a tunnelling project beneath the Dorchester Hotel in central London.
Case 171 - Local gym notice states "hairdryers can only be used for drying hair on the head" www.hse.gov.uk
The enquirer read a notice in their local gym stating that for "health and safety reasons members are requested only use the hair dryers for hair on the head".