A contractor has been fined £566,670 after a tipper truck driven by one of its employees struck overhead power lines. The vehicle sustained minor damage and the driver was unhurt.
A Nottinghamshire iron foundry has been fined £60,000 after two employees sustained serious burns from an electrical flashover.
A waste management company that went into administration last year has been fined £900,000 after a subcontractor received a shock when he cut through a live cable.
How can we stop cognitive bias clouding our judgement in accident and incident investigations?
When domestic accidents are a major contributor to sick leave, shouldn’t OSH practitioners do more to promote home safety?
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