Top 5 highest fines in March 2019
The most-read health and safety prosecution and fine stories on SHP in March 2019.
The highest fines for March 2019 includes companies such as Renault and fines of £2.7m, after a 13-year-old boy was electrocuted, and £1.8m, following a ladder fall.
For more on each information on each featured story:
£2.7m fine after boy electrocuted in railway yard.
Renault safety breach: Workers exposed to dangerous equipment.
M & D’s Theme Park fined £65,000 for poor maintenance that led to ‘catastrophic failure’.
Fall from height results in £1.8m fine for manufacturing firm.
£34k fine after worker fell from ladder.
You can watch top 5 prosecutions in February 2019 video here or catch up on the top 5 prosecutions in January 2019.
For more in court stories, click here.
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