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REPORT CONFIRMS RISING COST OF OFFENDING

Posted on 16th April 2019
Considerable increases in fines imposed on larger organisations

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MAJOR UK CONTRACTORS HIT BY MAJOR FINES

Posted on 19th September 2018
Firms ordered to pay over £3m after foot trapped in rotating ‘screw’

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CDM 2015 PRINCIPAL DESIGNER FINED OVER FIRE RISK

Posted on 23rd May 2018
PD and PC failed to comply with CDM 2015 responsibilities

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SENTENCING GUIDELINES UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

Posted on 23rd May 2018
Lawyer argues guidelines undermine reduction in ‘regulatory burden’

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PRISON OVER BASEMENT EXCAVATION AND COLLAPSE

Posted on 17th April 2018
Building contractor jailed after house collapsed in Brighton

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LADDER SAFETY FAILURES ATTRACT MASSIVE FINE

Posted on 12th April 2018
National window firm left workers to ‘own devices’

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PRICE RISES FOR THOSE IGNORING HSE NOTICES

Posted on 22nd November 2017
Contractor given jail term after scaffolding prohibition issued

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FINES RISE RAPIDLY ALONGSIDE HARM TO HEALTH

Posted on 2nd November 2017
hselogo1HSE confirm lowest number of construction fatalities on record

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NEW GUIDE ON GUILTY PLEA SENTENCING

Posted on 6th June 2017
Sentencing Council guidelines may assist corporate H&S offenders

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TOUGHER COURT PENALTIES UNDER NEW GUIDELINES

Posted on 18th April 2017
Analysis of health and safety prosecutions reveals rise on most metrics

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JAIL FOR DIRECTORS PERVERTING COURSE OF JUSTICE

Posted on 21st March 2017
Risk assessment document changed after fatal roof fall

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NEW RULES AIM FOR CONSISTENT H&S SENTENCES

Posted on 3rd November 2015
Massive financial penalty for serious offending by larger organisations

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