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Second Scaffolding Collapse Results in Fine

Another case of poorly managed and planned construction work made the headlines this week.  This time two workers were injured after the scaffolding collapsed at a student accommodation site. The men were positioned at various heights on the scaffold tower as they worked on the building. As the scaffolding began to collapse the employee at… Read the Full Post

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Death of Handyman Sees Firm Fined for Their Negligence

As discussed previously in this blog, deaths and injuries from height are the most common work place accidents in the United Kingdom.  Therefore it is shocking that more businesses are not doing everything in their power to cut down on these accidents by using health and safety services. A Fall from a Step Ladder Ended… Read the Full Post

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