In July, non-compliance in the UK was responsible for: 3 LIVES, including a 6-year-old child20 life-changing injuries2 house fires and a further 60 houses at risk of fires and explosionsExposure to Asbestos and Respirable SilicaOver £3.6million
The HSE has released its figures for 2018/19 RIDDOR fatalities, and it’s not good news for the UK workforce. Are we doing enough? If we were forced to pick some good news from the figures, it would simply be that matters have not got any worse.
In June, non-compliance cost the uk: Nine lives Nine injuries Silica dust exposure resulting in silicosis 64 months' imprisonment 600 hours of community service £6,925,408.33 in fines £1,441,303.03 in costs Will you be next? Company
In May, non-compliance cost the UK: Six lives16 injuriesWidespread asbestos exposure162 weeks' imprisonment530 hours of community service£3,201,939 in fines£1,550,603 in costs Will you be next? Self-employed plumber sentenced after