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Some useful facts, FAQs and advice regarding Asbestos from the Health and Safety Executive
Battersea building firm has been fined
A Battersea building firm has been fined for failing to highlight the known presence of asbestos insulating board (AIB)...
London Church Re-opens
Had a great day yesterday. Carrying out Asbestos Inspections..
First Prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
Fines for two Midland companies
A lack of Safety Mangement training has led to fines for two Midland based companies
Lack of training leads to heavy fine for Primary Care Trust
South Birmingham Primary Care Trust was fined £20,000 with costs of £17,500 at Birmingham Crown Court after pleading guilty to breaching S.3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974.
HSE Warns Construction Companies
A man lost part of his leg after a tipper truck fell on him
Company fined for Risk Assessment Failure
The failure to carry out a Risk Assessment has resulted in the serious injury of a worker in Staffordshire.
Schools-ITV Investigation Raises Asbestos Fears
An ITV News investigation has discovered children are being put at risk in the classroom because strict rules to control deadly asbestos are not being followed.
25 January 2008: Milton Keynes Scaffolding Collapse Update
HSE Warning To Segregate Public From Construction Sites
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) today warned of the dangers of not segregating the public from construction sites. The warning follows the death of a man who was killed by a collapsing wall after an excavator had struck it.
CORUS UK fined £1.3 million for blast furnace deaths
Steelmaker Corus UK Ltd has today been fined £1,333,000 and ordered to pay costs of £1,744,474.74 following charges brought by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Construction company and director fined for causing building collapse
Construction companies and developers have been dealt a blunt reminder of the need to ensure that excavation work is carried out safely...
Fibre Release From Church Organs
HSL (Inorganics and Fibres Section) were asked to investigate the possible asbestos fibre release from church organ blower boxes.