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Chippy fined £75k after workers burned by spilled oil

A fish and chip shop has been prosecuted after three staff members were burned by hot oil when they decided to change the fat during business hours.

Canister co in court over fatal cylinder blast

A manufacturer of high-pressure gas cylinders has been ordered to pay more than £800,000 in fines and costs after a worker was fatally wounded by shrapnel ejected from testing equipment.

DB Cargo hit with another multi-million pound fine after boy, 13, electrocuted

The UK's biggest freight operator has been prosecuted for a second time after a child suffered 40% burns when he was shocked by an overhead cable.

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Standing out in the crowd

How to develop an effective mentoring partnership and the power skills that OSH professionals will require to wield influence in the boardroom and beyond were among the topics covered at the inaugural future leaders conference 

We need disclosure

Responsibility for the exchange of documents between parties in an injury claim may fall upon a safety professional. So what has to be submitted and are there grounds for refusal?

Engage and connect

Is worker consultation key to overcoming criticism of procedure-led ways to manage safety?

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