A man who has endured a year of major reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation after he fell from the roof a large industrial oven is calling for a greater focus on work place health and safety
Employer’s conviction shows importance of protecting employees at risk of serious falls - Full Story »
Two recent prosecutions by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have highlighted the terrible long-term impact that explosions at work can have on victims, according to workplace injury lawyers at Irwin Mitchell.
HSE prosecutions highlight dangers of explosions at work - Full Story »
Building firm Galt Civil Engineering Ltd and company director Peter Stuart have been fined after they pleaded guilty in relation to the safety breaches after a worker fell 15 metres and died while working in Macclesfield in 2008.
North West construction firm fined over fatal fall from height - Full Story »
A director of Wimborne building firm Ferndown Developments has been fined £2,000 and ordered to pay costs after pleading guilty to safety breaches following an accident at work in which a self-employed worker suffered serious injuries.
Ferndown Developments director fined over 2009 work accident - Full Story »
A prosecution brought by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) which led to Scottish Coal being fined in relation to safety failings demonstrates the long-term impact that accidents at work can have on victims, according to a workplace injury expert.
Scottish Coal fined after driver suffers serious injuries - Full Story »