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*UPDATE* Kier's £600k penalty for unsupervised agency worker's concrete block injury

Kier Infrastructure must pay £600,000 after it failed to supervise work on a site to build two new bridges, which resulted in a worker’s leg being crushed between two concrete blocks.

GB workplace fatality rate continues to plateau, says HSE

The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) newly published statistics on workplace fatalities reveal that 144 people were killed at work in the 12 months to the end of March.

HGV driver guilty of causing death by careless driving after crane leg hit cyclist

The driver of a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) has been handed a 12-month community order following the death of a cyclist who was struck by part of a loader crane. The director of his employer is serving a 21-month prison sentence.

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Noise and vibration special: Glasgow Subway, on the rigs

Freyssinet’s refurb of the Glasgow underground cut hand-arm vibration risk with bespoke drilling frames. 

EPC-UK: committed to fitness

The commercial explosives firm’s wellbeing initiatives aim to support its ageing and hard-to-reach workers both mentally and physically. 

Health and Wellbeing at Work 2018

Avoiding the temptation to put fashion before function, the 100-year life and pets in the office featured at this year’s event. 

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