HSENI


Property management company fined after failing to manage asbestos removal

The Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSENI) has prosecuted Coleraine based property management company, Oriental Developments Limited. Read More

Company and self-employed contractor fined after worker sufferers life changing injuries

The Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSENI) has successfully led prosecutions against a company and self-employed contractor for health and safety failings Read More

Company fined after putting lives at risk

The HSENI has prosecuted Envirogreen Polymers Limited for failing to adequately prevent access to the dangerous parts of a baler machine. Read More

Farmer prosecuted following death of labourer

Speaking after sentencing HSENI Inspector Anne Cassidy said: “If farmers employ staff they have a responsibility to ensure their safety, whether full time or casual staff. Read More

Building contractor fined following the death of worker on house building site

Nickell and Richmond Limited has been prosecuted following a case brought by HSENI, and fined £40,000. Read More

Council prosecutes cosmetic piercing business

The owner of a cosmetic piercing business has been prosecuted for multiple offences. Read More

Fines for corporate manslaughter and multiple health and safety offences

H and M Engineering and Roofing Specialists (NI) Limited has been prosecuted for multiple work-related offences relating to the death of one of their employees. Read More

Firm fined after death of man at livestock mart

A livestock firm has been fined £12,500 following the death of a man at a livestock mart in Clogher. Read More

Company and director fined after failing to manage Asbestos safely

Ace Recycling Limited and its sole director have been fined a total of £28,000 for health and safety breaches, including failing to ensure a suitable and sufficient assessment was completed to identify the presence of asbestos at a former factory site at Shaerf Drive, Lurgan. Read More

£150k fine after equipment falls onto worker

A Co Antrim firm has been fined £150,000 after an employee suffered serious injuries when a heavy piece of equipment weighing approximately 1 tonne landed on him when it was being unloaded. Read More



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