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Sainsbury’s fined £1m after customer suffers ‘horrific injuries’

Sainsbury’s has been fined £1 million for a ‘booby trap’ which caused horrific injuries to a shopper at one of its stores. Read More

Council fined following fatality after a tree branch struck a moving vehicle

Wirral Borough Council has been fined after a branch from a tree fell and struck the vehicle of a pregnant mother while she was driving, resulting in injuries to the mother and the loss of her prematurely born baby. Read More

‘It is so important to ensure that you have enough toilet facilities for your customers’: In conversation with Ruth Napp, Simply Loos

With the summer events season in full swing, SHP caught up Ruth Napp, Managing Director at Simply Hire Group, to find out about the planning involved with setting up temporary shower and toilet facilities, and the processes involved during and after an event. Read More

Managing safety at festivals and concerts

Today’s music festivals are a world away from their more infamous counterparts back in the late 1960s and 1970s, when dodgy electrics, non-existent crowd control and a whole lot of mud were always on the setlist. Read More

Cow trample death followed four other incidents, court hears

Brian Godwin, a farmer whose cows trampled a walker to death has been given a 12-month suspended jail sentence and has Read More



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