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THE SHE Awards are now in its third year and aims to recognise the key role that companies and individuals play in keeping people and premises safe.
A CONSTRUCTION company was fined half a million pounds after a father-of-two was killed when a re-enforced concrete slab collapsed underneath him during a demolition project.
A FARMING business has been fined after one of its employees fell from a trailer and was crushed to death by a concrete beam that fell with him.
TRIBUTES HAVE been paid to the first chief executive of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the global Chartered body for safety and health professionals.
ST ANDREW'S Tutorial Services Ltd has been fined after a teacher sustained serious injuries when she was struck by a delivery van.
DUFFY SKYLINING has been fined following an incident when a worker suffered serious injuries after being struck by a tree.
CHESTERFIELD SPECIAL Cylinders Ltd was fined £700,000 for safety breaches after a 64-year-old worker was fatally wounded by shrapnel ejected from testing equipment.
SIR ROBERT McAlpine Ltd was sentenced for safety breaches after worker, Mark Smith, fell 4.8 metres through an unprotected opening.
ACCORDING TO the RTITB Instructor Academy, the effectiveness of some lift truck operator and Driver CPC training is being compromised due to poor company culture and its negative impact on employee behaviour.
A PRINCIPAL contractor has been fined after repeatedly failing to provide minimum welfare facilities at a construction site in Burton on Trent.