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Pilot error caused Shoreham crash that claimed 11 lives, court told

The pilot of a vintage fighter jet which crashed into a dual carriageway when an aerobatic stunt went wrong, killing 11 people and injuring 13 others, had been known to “take risks”, jurors at the Old Bailey have been told.

SAS soldiers court martialled over Brecon Beacon deaths

Two soldiers from the British Army’s Special Air Service (SAS) are being tried by court martial over the deaths of three reservists during a 26 km training exercise in the Brecon Beacons, South Wales.

Distracted bus driver handed prison sentence for multiple passenger injuries

A bus driver who was reading a time duty card while speeding on a stretch of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway in Cambridge has been sentenced to 12 weeks’ imprisonment after he lost control of the vehicle, injuring five passengers. The sentence has been suspended for 12 months and the driver must also pay £2,000 costs.

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Lone worker Special: Going equipped

From simple local alarms to body-worn video, lone worker systems now offer a variety of ways to signal for help in a crisis.

Lone worker Special: The detection connection

Mobile technology allows better than ever support for workers carrying gas detectors. 

Lone worker Special: Field studies

With more people working alone than ever, training has to keep pace if staff are to manage new and more complex risk. 

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