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Man trapped at top of 270ft chimney dies
Dixon's chimney incident: Man trapped at top of 270ft chimney in Carlisle confirmed dead by police   Katy Clifton Monday 28 October 2019 The Evening Standard at...
Fractured Spine = £150k for firm breaching work at height regs
 Fractured spine lands firm with £150k fine14 September, 2018 By David PriceA Newcastle-based structural steel specialist has been fined £150,000 after one of its workers suffered a fractured spine.On 20 September 2017 a Northern Structure worker was removing roof sheets from a farm...
Reducing risk of working at height
 Staying safe at height21 November 2017 from: http://www.cranestodaymagazine.com/features/staying-safe-at-height-5982148/Paola De Pascali talks with fall protection companies and crane manufacturers about new product developments that help reduce the risk of working at height. The level...
Workers lost their lives: The dark side of Idaho’s residential construction
 Workers lost their lives: The dark side of Idaho’s residential construction boomBy Audrey Dutton   adutton@idahostatesman.com       It was Brandon Ho’Rine’s first day on the job.At age 42, Ho’Rine had been a construction worker for decades. An...
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Construction Company Owner Indicted for Manslaughter; Failed to Secure Building Site
Defendant Failed to Adhere to Regulations and Correct Unsafe Conditions;Neglected to Obtain Workers’ Compensation InsuranceOr to Contribute to Unemployment Insurance Fund Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson, together with New York City Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark G....
British Telecommunications PLC fined £600,000 after workers injured
British Telecommunications PLC has been fined after two of its employees were seriously injured in falls from height.Teesside Crown Court heard how two British Telecommunications (BT) Open Reach engineers had been given a job at BT’s Darlington Automatic Telephone Exchange.One of the engineers...
Fall protection could have prevented 39-year-old worker's death
A newly hired, 39-year-old worker who fell through a roof in October 2015 and later died, could have been saved if his employer provided required fall protection, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has found.The man, just two weeks on the job, was...
Skip company and director fined after worker killed in excavator fall
West Sussex waste management firm South Coast Skips Ltd and its owner have been prosecuted after one worker died and another was left seriously injured when they fell from the bucket of an excavator.Lindsay Campbell, a 66-year-old father of ten from Waterlooville in Hampshire, was killed when the...
Scaffolding boss jailed for worker death failings
The Eltham-based owner of a Kent scaffolding business has been jailed for 15 months for safety failings after a worker plunged 14 metres to his death at a site in North West London.The sentence, at Southwark Crown Court, will run concurrently with the unrelated life imprisonment imposed on Mark...

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