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Director failed to say publicly the health and safety convictions

A business involved in plant and demolition has had its HGV license suspended because of the director’s failure to disclose health and safety convictions to the Traffic Commissioner. In May this year, Birstall Plant and Demolition Services Limited was also fined ten thousand pounds after an HSE prosecution following an incident when a worker sustained… Read the Full Post

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