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October 11, 2019

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Top 5 most read in September 2019

The most read fines and prosecution articles in September 2019 includes, a 12 months sentence to a landscaping Director after being responsible for a worker’s arm getting impaled, and £100,000 fine to Dacorum Borough Council for a HAVS case.

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

Landscaping Director sentenced to 12 months.

Dacorum Borough Council fined £100,000 for HAVS case.

Employee killed by falling wooden bearer.

£53k fine after roofer fell from ladder and died.

Steel manufacturer fined £9,400 after worker fell from lorry.

You can watch the most read in August 2019, or catch up on the most read in July 2019.

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