prosecution


Child bouncy castle death: fairground workers jailed

Two fairground workers who were convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence after a bouncy castle blew away with a young girl inside it have been jailed. Read More

Jail sentence following fireworks explosion deaths

A company boss has been jailed for 10 years after two people died in a series of explosions and a fire at his fireworks shop. Read More

Serious fire breaches lead to prison term

The owner of a wedding venue has been jailed for 20 months because of his failure to take general fire precautions to ensure the safety of employees and the public. Read More

Exploring what harsher sentencing guidelines mean for individuals

The increasing severity of the health and safety prosecution of individuals will be the subject of a discussion on the second morning of the Safety & Health Expo 2018 by a panel of expert specialist health and safety defence lawyers. Read More

Deaths in the workplace – demystifying the aftermath

Workplace fatalities are impossible to fully plan for and can hit businesses hard, but knowing what comes next can help companies make it through the aftermath, says Andrew Katzen, Partner at law firm Hickman and Rose. Read More

Council will be prosecuted over pupil’s death

The HSE has informed Bridgend County Borough Council that it will be prosecuted following the death of a pupil at a Welsh school. Read More

Barry Island Pleasure Park featured on BBC’s Gavin & Stacey fined

The owner of an amusement park on Barry Island in South Wales has been fined over safety failures in one of his arcades. Read More

Construction firms fined after woman seriously injured

Two construction firms have been fined after a tenant suffered serious injuries when she fell through a fragile surface. Read More

Company loses transport licence following corporate manslaughter conviction

A Walmersley-based company has had its transport licence revoked after it was convicted of corporate manslaughter and associated offences earlier this year. Read More

Company and contractor sentenced in fall case

The Lundy Company Limited and Justin Courtney Ford have both been fined after a self-employed worker fell more than three metres through a fragile roof. Read More



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