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HSE Prosecutions

HSE Prosecutions

New Year New Farming Attitudes Needed Says HSE

HSE Guide What a good farm looks like will help you and other farmers understand the common risks to health and safety on farms. By following this guide, you will know wh
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Supply of CNA 2000 pipeline gaskets - presence of asbestos

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) investigated a concern in 2011 that recently manufactured pipe gaskets had been found to contain asbestos. The HSE found that gasket
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Company fined after asbestos containing materials were released

A Glasgow based building contractor has been fined after an employee used a powered saw to cut through a kitchen cupboard door, accidentally releasing asbestos containin
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Two sentenced following asbestos breach

A landlord and building contractor have been fined after large quantities of asbestos fibres were released from the demolition of a conservatory at a rented property.Bir
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HSE Asbestos Analyst Inspection Programme Update

Following a recent meeting with The Health & Safety Executive, UKATA can confirm a draft version of the HSE Asbestos Analyst Inspection Programme is now availableThe draf
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Fulham Company fined for failing to undertake asbestos assessment

A residential property development company has today been sentenced after failing to carry out an asbestos survey prior to undertaking extensive refurbishment works.Westm
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Latest HSE stats show rise in asbestos related deaths within the UK

Asbestos remains the UK's biggest workplace killerFigures released by the Health & Safety Executive on 31st October 2018 reveal asbestos related deaths continue to rise i
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Businessman sentenced after failing to prevent exposure to asbestos

A Manchester-based businessman has been prosecuted after failing to check whether asbestos was present in a building he owned before starting major refurbishment works.Ma
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Construction company fined after undertaking unlicensed asbestos work

A Bristol-based construction company has today been sentenced for carrying out unlicensed asbestos work.Bristol Magistrates’ Court heard how, during July 2017, a project
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