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Port Talbot blast hero dies falling into molten waste

Tata Steel has been fined £500,000 after a worker, whose bravery saved lives during the Port Talbot steelworks explosion in 2001, died from burns in an incident at the site five years later. Read More

Safety helmet saves worker from potentially fatal injury

A maintenance fitter at a steel plant in Cumbria could have been killed when part of a 300kg roller-shutter door fell on him Read More

Latest steelworks death prompts union to issue safety reminder

Trade union Unite is calling on all safety reps to be extra vigilant in ensuring employers take all the necessary steps to prevent fatalities in the workplace, in the wake of an incident in April in which one of its members was killed. Read More

Corus fined GBP 240,000 following latest fatality

Corus has appeared in court for health and safety breaches for the fourth time in six weeks ヨ this time in relation to the death of a lorry driver at its site in Staffordshire. Read More

Corus completes hat trick of fines inside a month

Steel giant Corus has been fined £10,000 following an explosion at its facility in Scunthorpe.<br> Read More

Corus fined GBP 100,000 for crane collapse

Steel manufacturer Corus UK Ltd has been fined £100,000 after an overloaded mobile crane overturned ヨ its second prosecution in the space of two weeks. Read More

Corus admits to new safety breach

A steel manufacturer with several previous safety convictions has ended up in the dock again after a worker suffered leg injuries. Read More

Corus Port Talbot blast- Steel industry must learn lessons from fatal blast

The failure of safety-critical water-cooling systems was the cause of an unprecedented explosion in the steelmaking industry, which cost the lives of three workers seven years ago. Read More

Corus fined after crane operator hit by falling steel

Steel maker Corus has been fined £15,000 after a crane operator was struck by a 1.7-tonne section of steel tubing when it fell off a crane. Read More

Corus fined GBP 200,000 over fatal crane drop incident

A machine operator employed by steel giant Corus died after a 260kg block fell on to him from a height of seven metres as he worked underneath a crane. Read More



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