,

Monoworld Recycling fined after ‘multiple safety failings’

Northamptonshire firm Monoworld Recycling and two directors have been prosecuted after the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found “multiple safety failings” at their Irchester Road site in Rushden. The sentencing last week came after…
,

Demolition worker crushed by excavator

Wolverhampton based Sterry Lane Ltd, document.write(""); trading as LPD Demolition, has been fined £50,000 after an employee was crushed by a reversing excavator Newcastle under Lyme Magistrates’ Court heard this week that on 3rd May…
,

Businessmen faked documents to trick officials investigating factory death, court hears

Businessman who attempted to trick officials investigating the death of a construction worker faked a string of documents handed to police, document.write(""); a court heard Raymond Brady and his son Mark Brady are standing trial Raymond…

Roof fall causes life changing injuries

Wessesxmoor Ltd, document.write(""); a London-based roofing company, has been fined £160,000 after a 56-year old worker fell through two storeys onto a concrete floor. Southwark Crown Court heard how 56-year old Ali Mucoj was completing…

Chemical firm fined over failures which led to potentially deadly explosion at Seal Sands

Vertellus Specialties UK was ordered to pay more than £170, document.write(""); 000 in a fine and costs Vertellus Specialties was prosecuted after a fire at the Seal Sands site in 2014 A chemical company whose failings led to an explosion…

Builder admits putting public at risk by fitting boiler

Builder admits putting public at risk by fitting boiler A builder has admitted putting the public at risk by carrying out work on gas appliances which he was not qualified to fit. Allan King, document.write(""); aged 76,…

London roofing firm G & S Roofing Ltd fined £80k for safety failings

G & S Roofing Ltd has been fined £80, document.write(""); 000 after being found guilty of breaching working at height safety regulations. Brighton Magistrates Court heard how numerous concerns were raised by members of the public…