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A local authority was not at fault for an accident in which an individual fell from an ornamental footbridge in one of its parks, landing to his serious injury onto rocks in the water below, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 18 Oct 2016
The record £5 million fine imposed on Merlin Attractions, the owners of Alton Towers, for health and safety law breaches following the 2015 Smiler rollercoaster crash "illustrates how significantly the landscape of health and safety enforcement has changed",... 28 Sep 2016
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The record fine imposed on Network Rail for its culpability in the death of an 82-year-old woman on a level crossing is "likely to be only the tip of the iceberg" for large businesses sentenced for health and safety offences under new guidelines, an expert... 23 Sep 2016
Security firm G4S Cash Solutions has been fined £1.8 million after one of its employees contracted legionellosis, despite the fact that environmental health officers were unable to definitively link the case with health and safety breaches discovered at the... 12 Sep 2016
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