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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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    Prize Draw Terms and Conditions October 2017


    Prize Draw Terms and Conditions By participating in the Accident Advice Helpline prize draw, you fully agree and accept the Accident Advice Helpline prize draw Terms and Conditions. The Prize Draw is only open to UK Twitter and Facebook users aged 18 years and over. The Prize Draw n starts on 1st October 2017 and closes….

    Over 3,000 illegal asbestos dumps in 2017


    Thousands of asbestos-filled fly tipping incidents have been in recorded so far in 2017, a Freedom of Information (FOI) request has shown. According to the FOI data, requested by ITV News, there have been 3,222 illegal dumps containing asbestos this year alone, a rise of around 14% compared with 2014. The news broadcaster reports that….

    Company served notice to clear up potentially fatal asbestos dump


    Residents are being warned to stay away from a partially derelict site in Lake District because of deadly asbestos being dumped. A notice has been served by environmental protection officers on the owners of the industrial site, and they have been given until the end of the week to clear the asbestos dump. Antisocial behaviour….

    Landlord sentenced and fined for gas safety failings


    A landlord has been fined thousands of pounds and handed a suspended jail sentence for failing to maintain two properties in Cornwall. A judge at Truro Crown Court heard how David Bush of Exeter Street, Launceston, had put his tenants and the public at risk by failing on gas safety upkeep at his two rental….

    ‘Addicted’ motorists still using mobiles while driving


    More than a fifth of drivers say they can’t bear to switch off their mobiles while behind the wheel, according to new research by AA. According to the survey of 19,308 drivers conducted by the motoring organisation, almost 50% of younger drivers say they are so addicted to their phones that they refuse to turn….

    Selfie-takers warned to avoid cliffs


    Adrenaline junkies who love snapping selfies on coastal walks have been urged to steer clear of one particular range of cliffs. The UK Coastguard issued the warning over Seaford Cliffs in East Sussex after it found a crack at Seaford Head had grown worse. The area around the crack has been roped off to avoid….

    Housing safety review after Grenfell


    Academics are reviewing current housing laws for any potential risks to the safety of tenants’ homes. Housing charity Shelter has set up the review in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in June and concerns over tenants’ rights highlighted by the tragedy. In the aftermath of the deadly blaze, it was alleged that residents’….

    Potato farmers must keep workers safe


    Potato farmers are being warned they must prioritise the safety of their workers as the harvest gets under way. The Health and Safety Executive issued the warning as it kicks off a nationwide series of safety inspections at farms that grow, pick and process spuds. Safety risks of potato harvest Investigators will check to see….

    Cancer-related work deaths reach 742,000


    Hundreds of thousands of people die from work-related cancer every year, latest research has revealed. The devastating impact of occupational cancer was revealed at the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work in Singapore. Some 742,000 people are estimated to die every year as a result of work-related cancer – twice as many deaths….

    Firm fined over forklift death


    A company has been fined £450,000 after a young worker was killed in a forklift accident. Ben Pallier-Singleton, 19, died when the forklift truck he was driving overturned at the Vinyl Compound site in Chinley, Derbyshire. He suffered fatal crush injuries in the incident in February 2015 which happened while he was driving down a….



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