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Two workers died after insufficient rest
 Two men died in a road traffic accident as a result of their employer, Renown Consultants Limited, failing to ensure that they were sufficiently rested to work and travel safely.Nottingham Crown Court heard that Zac Payne, 20, and Michael Morris, 48, died on 19 June 2013 when Mr Payne fell...
Firm fined after death of man at livestock mart
 A Co. Tyrone firm has been fined £12,500 following the death of a man at a livestock mart in Clogher.Clogher Valley Livestock Producers pleaded guilty to one breach of health and safety legislation at Dungannon Court, following an incident where farmer Mr Harry McAnespie died after being...
Topshop death: Safety investigation underway
 The death of a 10-year-old boy killed by a falling queue barrier at a Topshop store will be investigated on health and safety grounds.An inquest jury recently ruled that Kaden Reddick, from Reading, died accidentally at the town’s Oracle shopping centre on 13 February 2017. He suffered a...
Topshop death: Safety investigation underway
 The death of a 10-year-old boy killed by a falling queue barrier at a Topshop store will be investigated on health and safety grounds.An inquest jury recently ruled that Kaden Reddick, from Reading, died accidentally at the town’s Oracle shopping centre on 13 February 2017. He suffered a...
Walkabout parent company fined after lift crush death
 Stonegate Pubs, which owns Walkabout, Yates and Slug & Lettuce, has pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety regulations uncovered after a worker was crushed to death in a lift, leading to a £48,000 fine.Cyran Stewart, 20, was in a lift at the Walkabout bar in Swansea when a chair...
Marine fishing company fined for failings that lead to crewman’s death
The operator of a fishing vessel which lost a crewman overboard has admitted health and safety offences.47-year old Annang Neurtey was lost at sea after he was struck by a wire on board the 20 metre trawler, Aquarius. The boat had left Aberdeen Harbour just before 1am on 17 August 2015 to return...
Russian stadium roof collapses and kills worker
  The roof of a Russian sports stadium has collapsed, while a demolition worker was on top cutting through metal supports, killing him instantly.Drone footage, from Fontanka media agency, shows a man detaching a roof structure with a blow torch at The SKK Peterburgskiy Stadium in St...
Carlsberg to be prosecuted over worker's death in ammonia leak
 Carlsberg is to be prosecuted under health and safety laws after a worker was killed during an ammonia leak at its UK brewery.David Chandler, 45, from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, died after gas leaked from the refrigeration system at Carlsberg in Northampton on 9 November 2016.The...
Catterick Army base crush contractor served in Afghanistan
 A contractor who was crushed to death at an Army base had undertaken two tours of Afghanistan as a volunteer, his family said.Alistair Ferguson, from Richmond, North Yorkshire, was working for engineering firm Babcock at nearby Catterick Garrison when he was killed.Mr Ferguson, 58, was...
Death on the line at Newbury
 TRAIN services are disrupted this evening because of a death on the line at Newbury.Great Western Railway reported the incident at around 2pm.The social media message stated: "Due to a person being hit by a train at Newbury all lines are blocked. Disruption is expected until the end of the...

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