Health and Safety Bulletin's editor Howard Fidderman analyses the latest illness and injury tolls.
An animal feed supplier in Northern Ireland has become the fourth company to be convicted of corporate manslaughter in the UK after a worker became entangled in the moving parts of a meal-blending machine.
An Old Bailey judge has imposed fines and costs totalling £522,692 on a property developer after a pedestrian sustained a permanent brain injury when she was struck by falling parts of a decaying advertising sign.
A director of a recycling firm has received a suspended prison sentence for allowing his workers to operate forklift trucks without proper training and then ignoring an improvement notice requiring the failing be rectified.
A leading provider of specialist waste and workplace services has been fined £105,000 and ordered to pay costs of £45,000 after three workers were badly burned in an explosion.
The death of an employee who was crushed by falling metal masts has cost a building access system supplier £165,000 in fines and costs.
A recycling and skip-hire firm has been ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £303,100 after a skip lorry crushed a young worker to death on a weighbridge that he was cleaning.
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