Rugby World Cup With the Rugby World Cup beginning on the 18th September and finishing on the 31st October you may notice (or already have done) over this period some

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Batley firm sentenced after death of employee A waste recycling firm has been sentenced after admitting safety failings related to a worker being killed at its premises in Batley in

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Does nightshift working pose a danger to the health of employees? Almost everyone is aware of the benefits of a good night’s sleep, with 8-10 hours a night being extolled

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Principal contractor “put lives at risk” A Gloucester firm, which was acting as a principal contractor on a large refurbishment project, has been sentenced for safety failings after renovation work

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Principal contractor “put lives at risk” A Gloucester firm, which was acting as a principal contractor on a large refurbishment project, has been sentenced for safety failings after renovation work

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Boy found unconscious in pool Two Scottish councils have been fined after an incident in which an 11-year-old’s unconscious body was found at the bottom of a swimming pool during

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Safety guards deliberately defeated A north east engineering firm has been fined for deliberately compromising the safety guards, including the sliding door interlocking guards, for production reasons on a number

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A cautionary tale for all social media users. In the case of British Waterways Board v Smith, Mr Smith was employed as a manual worker who worked for a team

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Safety guards deliberately defeated A north east engineering firm has been fined for deliberately compromising the safety guards, including the sliding door interlocking guards, for production reasons on a number

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Unfair Dismissal Dismissal of an employee with 34 years service for gross misconduct, held to be unfair by Court of Appeal In the case of Newbound V Thames Water Utilities,

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