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Charlotte Geoghegan is Event Manager for Safety & Health Expo, Workplace Wellbeing Show and SHP at Informa Markets. She is responsible for content, strategy and sales of physical events and digital products. She is also an active member of the Women in Health and Safety committee. Before Charlotte went into this role she was Head of Content for the Safety & Health Expo, SHP, IFSEC, FIREX and the Facilities Show. She joined Informa (previously UBM) in 2015. Charlotte has spent 10 years in media & events and her academic background is in modern foreign languages. You can find her on LinkedIn here https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlottegeoghegan1/
February 15, 2018

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Health and safety in court: January 2018 round-up video

The second episode in a new, monthly video series, listing the biggest health and safety in court news stories over the past month.

This month’s video highlights the 6 biggest stories on SHP in January 2018. It includes fines for Poundstretcher and an HGV driver who killed two people on the road after checking his sat nav.

See the December 2017 video round-up here and see the biggest prosecutions of 2017 video here.

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David Hill
David Hill
2 years ago

-re Red Arrows case. The charge was based on MoD’s claim NEVER to have had information that the drogue shackle nut should not be over-tightened. This was never verified by prosecution or court. There is an RAF training video clearly showing the instructor, twice, reiterating the need to check that the shackles can disengage, which is what pulls out the main parachute. It follows that the charge was based on a false premise. A reasonable person might think that the judge should be informed of this, and that she should throw out the case. At the very least an Inquiry… Read more »