leisure industry


Walkabout parent company fined after lift crush death

Stonegate Pubs, which owns Walkabout, Yates and Slug & Lettuce, has pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety regulations uncovered after a worker was crushed to death in a lift, leading to a £48,000 fine. Read More

Hotel sewage discharge leads to £90k fine

Bourne Leisure Ltd, the group that owns the Thoresby Hall Hotel in Ollerton, near Newark, has been convicted after discharging partially treated sewage effluent into the River Meden. Read More

Park Hotel, Barnstaple: Failure to assess asbestos during refurbishment

A Devon based hotelier has been found guilty and fined £80,000 after materials containing asbestos were disturbed during a major refurbishment. Read More

Health & safety in hospitality: The most common accidents

What is causing a higher than average injury-rate within the hospitality and leisure sector and how can accidents be prevented? Read More

Legionella risk assessments for hospitality & leisure

If you are the hotel manager, maintenance manager or property owner you have a legal responsibility and accountability to ensure that occupiers of your premises are suitably protected from water safety risk. You may have appointed, or been appointed as, the Responsible Person. Read More

Council sentenced after unsecured barrier fatally injures father

North Lincolnshire Council has been ordered to pay £200,000 after a man died when his car drove into a horizontal Read More



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