January 8, 2020

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Top 10 health & safety prosecutions of 2019

2019 saw some huge fines for the likes of Chevron, who were fined £5m, DHL, Celsa, Hampshire Country Council, 2 Sisters Food, Clancy Docwra and Veolia.

Watch a summary of SHP’s most-read fines and prosecution stories below.

For more details on the stories featured in this video…

  1. Chevron fined £5m for refinery explosion.
  2. Rail freight company fined £2.7m after boy was electrocuted.
  3. DHL fined £2.6m after worker crushed to death.
  4. Celsa fined £1.8m after steelworks blast killed two men.
  5. Karro Foods fined £1.8m after fall from height.
  6. Two firms fined over £1.5m after child killed in lift.
  7. Hampshire County Council fined £1.4m after six-year-old girl sustains serious head injury.
  8. 2 Sisters Food fined £1.4million after worker crushed.
  9. Clancy Docwra fined £1m after worker killed.
  10. Veolia fined £1m after reversing vehicle death.

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