Editor, Safety & Health Practitioner

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Ian joined Informa (formerly UBM) in 2018 as the Editor of Safety & Health Practitioner. Ian studied journalism at university before spending seven years in online fantasy gaming. Prior to moving to Informa, Ian worked in business to business trade print media, in the automotive sector. He was Online Editor and then moved on to be the Editor of two publications aimed at independent automotive technicians and parts distributors.
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.

Click here for the latest fines and prosecution stories.

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