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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Care home awaits sentencing over pensioner’s life-changing injuries


    A Yorkshire care home has pleaded guilty to serious health and safety failings after a woman with dementia fell 30 feet from a second-floor window. Barbara Milroy, 85, suffered spinal, pelvic and hip injuries in the incident on February 4, 2015 at Lofthouse Grange and Lodge in Leeds, the Yorkshire Post reports. Subsequently, the pensioner….

    Recycling firm and bosses fined thousands for multiple safety breaches


    A recycling firm has been fined more than £80,000 and its two company directors have been sentenced for multiple health and safety breaches. Monoworld Recycling pleaded guilty at Northampton Crown Court to breaching regulations involving the control of electrical systems, working at height and failing to suitably maintain equipment. An investigation by the Health and….

    Preston company fined £80,000 after worker’s hand seriously injured by machinery


    A company specialising in animal feed has been fined £80,000 after a worker suffered serious injuries to his hand. Kevin Hebblethwaite, a 59-year-old mill operative at Bowland Country Feeds Limited (BCFL), had to have parts of his hand amputated after coming into contact with rotating metal blades. Mr Hebblethwaite’s injuries are considered life-changing, after the….

    Joint investigation alleges major chicken firm in breach of food hygiene regulations


    Safety breaches at one of the UK’s largest suppliers of supermarket chicken have allegedly been foiled in an undercover investigation. A joint report by ITV News and the Guardian claims the slaughter dates of animals had been tampered with and meat of varying dates was being mixed together at the 2 Sisters Food Group in….

    New nine-point stress plan to improve police wellbeing


    Police forces across England and Wales are to prioritise officer wellbeing by introducing a new plan to tackle workplace stress. The action – to be implemented by 43 forces – comes in response to 2017 figures that show four in five officers experience job-related mental health issues. The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW)….

    Automatic braking would prevent more than 100,000 casualties, says road safety coalition


    More than 100,000 road casualties could be avoided if automatic braking became a standard safety feature on all cars, a coalition of road safety organisations has said. Figures show safety technology that automatically brakes even if a driver fails to react, could prevent 122,860 casualties of road traffic incidents over a 10-year period. IAM RoadSmart….

    New figures reveal Scotland’s most dangerous road


    The A90 has been identified as Scotland’s most dangerous road, according to figures released by the country’s Liberal Democrats. The data shows a road traffic incident occurs on the major road every ten days on average. The 176-mile route runs between north and south Scotland, Edinburgh to Fraserburgh, passing through Dundee and Aberdeen. Shocking figures….

    Rogue landlord fined for endangering tenants


    A landlord in Lincolnshire has been fined thousands of pounds, after being found guilty of endangering his tenants. Lincoln Magistrates Court heard how Abdol Ali Javid Keshmiri allowed 11 people to live in cramped conditions in a four-bedroomed terraced house on Ely Street in Lincoln. Mr Keshmiri, 63, has been fined a total of £8,253.38….

    A&E patients waiting over 12 hours for bed up by 10,000%


    The number of people waiting more than 12 hours for a hospital bed has jumped to the highest number ever recorded, new figures show. According to data from NHS England, patients enduring long waits on trolleys in A&E departments has risen by an enormous 10,546% since 2012. Quarterly figures for January to March this year….

    Scaffolding inspectors sentenced for falsifying safety records


    Two independent scaffolding inspectors have been prosecuted for falsifying inspection documents resulting in a worker suffering serious injuries. The court heard on March 26, 2014, a 49-year-old man suffered a fall from height after falling through a gap between the scaffolding and a building while working on a re-roofing project. Stephen Harper from Middleton, Greater….



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