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Seven-Metre Fall Could Have Been Prevented

A contractor fell seven feet while working in Colchester in November 2011. The case was heard in court this week as the company was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive after they investigated the incident. The unnamed man was seriously injured in the fall, suffering from multiple fractures to his leg, back, wrist and… Read the Full Post

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