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.
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.
A model policy and procedure to set out the rules on the organisation's accident investigation.
A table listing the specified injuries that employers are required to report to the enforcing authorities.
A table setting out the statutory record-keeping requirements.
Health and Safety Bulletin (HSB) analyses the illness and injury tolls for 2011/12.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to health and safety incidents (accidents).