John Glenn was fatally injured at Albert Road Recovery and Repair, hours after he had started his new job.
IAM RoadSmart research shows almost half of businesses polled expect employees to answer their phone while driving for work.
It’s no good just paying lip service to the concept of ensuring the wellbeing of your staff. Policies must be real and credible, says DfBB’s Simon Turner
Renault Retail Group UK has been fined after serious safety breaches relating to faulty vehicle lifts.
A North East-based car parts manufacturer has been fined £134,000 after a worker was seriously-injured.
Pirelli Tyres has been fined after two employees had their arms broken by the same machine.
A car wash company has been fined for not having employers’ liability insurance.
AE Motors Birmingham has been fined for not having employers’ liability insurance.
Car parts manufacturer Faltec Europe prosecuted after a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak and an explosion occurred at the same plant within a year.
Lewisham Council has been found guilty and fined after a visitor fell into a vehicle inspection pit at their Wearside Service Centre in Ladywell.
South West Highways has been fined after the death of a 48-year old worker who was struck by a vehicle.
A car repair company and director have been fined after failing to comply with Improvement Notices (IN) issued by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
The MoD has been issued with a Crown Censure by the HSE after an agency driver, working for the MoD, was fatally injured by a reversing vehicle.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has been fined £900,000 after a worker lost their leg following a car accident.
Fleet managers need to be aware of “dirty tricks” that could occur during an accident investigation, legal firm Pinsent Mason has warned.
A tyre company has been sentenced for safety failings after a 21-year-old employee was killed when a tyre exploded.
A lifting and plant hire company in Wick has been fined £26,000 after a worker was seriously injured when he fell from a lifting basket.
The Royal Mail Group has been fined £50,000 after a worker’s foot was run over by a reach truck in a bundling warehouse.
Malcolm Maycock, MD of Licence Bureau, looks at audits in the wake of changes to the corporate manslaughter sentencing guidelines.
Employers convicted under corporate manslaughter and health and safety legislation will face tougher fines from next month.
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