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December 17, 2019

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Top 5 most-read in November 2019

The most read fines and prosecution articles in November 2019 includes, a man struck off from being a director for five years for allowing employees to use unsafe machines, and a £600,000 fine to Places for People Homes, after five workers develop HAVS.

For more on the stories mentioned in the video, click on the headlines below:

Director stuck off for telehandler safety risks.

Farmer kills member of public with telescopic loader.

Farm worker blinded by cleaning chemical.

University of Edinburgh fined after researchers exposed to dangerous substance.

Workers develop HAVS after using vibrating tools.

You can watch the most read in October 2019, or catch up on the 10 biggest fines and prosecutions in 2018.

For more in court stories, click here.

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