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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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    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….

    Scaffolding firm to be sentenced after electrocuted worker loses three limbs


    A father of baby twins lost three limbs after being electrocuted with 33,000 volts in a preventable workplace accident, a court has heard. Jamie Mines, 33, was building a temporary shelter while working as a scaffolder for Boundary Scaffolding Ltd. ‘Deepest regrets’ An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) determined that charges would….

    Demolition firm fined £50,000 after worker crushed in collision


    A Midlands firm has been fined £50,000 after an employee suffered life-changing injuries in an incident that could have been prevented. Newcastle under Lyme Magistrates’ Court heard how a 39-year-old worker at LPD Demolition was crushed by an excavator as it was reversing. The man’s torso was crushed in the collision on May 3, 2016,….

    Nine million drivers still driving while on the phone


    It seems the worry of double licence points and twice the fine has not been enough to encourage some drivers to put down their mobiles. New research by motoring firm RAC, suggests millions of motorists in the UK are still using their mobile phones while behind the wheel despite harsher penalties for offenders coming into….

    Inspections show one in seven GP surgeries failing on safety


    More than one in seven GP practices are under-performing in key safety areas, putting patient health at risk, an investigation has found. According to inspections of 7,365 practices by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), some 13% of surgeries are identified as requiring improvement and 2% are rated inadequate for safety. The report revises earlier safety….

    Corby firm fined tens of thousands after worker’s hand crushed


    A manufacturer in Leicestershire has been fined more than £50,000 after an agency worker suffered “life-changing” injuries. Symrise Ltd, a seasoning manufacturer in Corby, has been found guilty of breaching safety at work regulations after a man’s hand was crushed in one of its machines. The firm has been fined £55,000 and ordered to pay….

    One in four ambulance workers affected by stress in some areas


    Almost a quarter of ambulance staff in parts of Britain have taken time off for stress in the year up to April, new figures show. Data obtained by the GMB union under Freedom of Information (FOI) finds nearly one in four ambulance staff in certain trusts have had time off as a result of stress….

    HSE outlines long term plans for waste and recycling sector


    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced plans to improve worker protections in the waste and recycling sectors. The HSE intends to reduce exposure to workplace risks, as part of wider plans to reduce work-related injuries and ill-health across 19 industrial sectors. The waste and recycling industry has been identified as having a high….



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