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Three fined after fragile roof fall

A company, its director, and a self-employed contractor have been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), after Terry Lewis (a 65 year old retired mechanic) was fatally injured by falling through a roof light.

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Food hygiene fine for Newquay takeaway

Nural Huda, from Newquay, was ordered to pay a total of £6115 by Magistrates on Friday, 3 June, after he pleaded guilty to eight offences committed under the Food Safety and Hygiene Regulation 2013 at his takeaway business Chillies in St Columb Major in 2015.

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Restaurant had no working fire alarm

Obstructed fire exits, defective emergency lighting and the absence of a working fire alarm, were amongst the faults found during the inspection of the Chichester, West Sussex branch of the Wildwood restaurant chain.

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Latest update on ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is a new standard consolidating the best practice knowledge on Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S), and is expected to replace BS OHSAS 18001.

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Key to good employee healthcare

Investing in services that can proactively work to prevent employees falling ill and being absent will be one of the key ways employers tackle the UK’s workplace health challenges over the next five years, a survey has forecast.

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