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Monthly Archives:

HSE prosecutes insulation firm for health and safety failings

A Welsh insulation manufacturer has been fined by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for inadequate risk assessments.

Car dealers top ‘25 Best Big Companies’ list

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Waste firm in court after death of young worker

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Used car buyers 'unconcerned' over VW emissions scandal

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HSE to prosecute Alton Towers owner

The owner of the Alton Towers theme park is to be prosecuted over an accident on the Smiler rollercoaster in which 16 people were injured, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced.