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Company and Director fined following concrete pumping fatality

Company and Director fined following concrete pumping

Concrete pump operator fined $375,000 in relation to

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Jan 22, 2019 · Healthcare company fined following fatal minibus accident. A young untrained worker killed by concrete pump. In February 2017, a young man was attempting to clear a blockage in a vehicle mounted concrete pump when the pump ejected concrete. Laurence McDaid, the company's sole director also pleaded guilty to breaching Section 37(1) of

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Company Owner Pleads Guilty to Charges Related to Employee

Dec 14, 2015 · The company continues to expose workers to preventable hazards," said Alejandro Porter, OSHA's area director in San Antonio, regarding the Live Oak investigation. "OSHA will stay vigilant to ensure the employer adheres to necessary safety requirements to protect personnel." Lyon LLC Fined $76,000 for Exposing Painters to Excessive Dust

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Concrete pump operator fined $375,000 in relation to

A concrete pumping company and its sole Director have been fined after an employee was struck and killed by concrete. Westminster Magistrates' Court heard how on 13 February 2017 the deceased, Mr Kevin Hoare was attempting to clear a blockage in a vehicle mounted concrete pump at …

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Concrete pump operator fined $375,000 in relation to

Concrete pump operator fined $375,000 in relation to

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Building company fined $620,000 after fatal brick wall

Jun 09, 2020 · A building company and its subcontractors were fined a total of $620,000 for breaches of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 after a brick wall fell on two men, killing one and injuring another at a building site in the suburb of Carlingford in Sydney.. NSW Bricklaying Pty Ltd was fined $500,000, while Effective Building and Construction Pty Ltd was fined $60,000, and another company director

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HSM - Concrete pumping company fined following fatality

Concrete pump operator fined $375,000 in relation to

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Prosecutions - OHS Reps

Aug 04, 2021 · Company, director fined $375,000 after worker's fatal fall. A company and its director have been convicted and fined a combined $375,000 following the death of a worker at a Clayton warehouse in 2019. Lagondar Nominees Pty Ltd and director Emil Lagondar were sentenced in the Melbourne Country Court on 29 July after pleading guilty on 15 June to

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Call for concrete pumping care after firm fined for fatality

May 29, 2019 · Call for concrete pumping care after firm fined for fatality 29 May, 2019 By Claire Smith The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued a call for the construction sector to take greater care over planning concrete pumping operations after Chelmsford Crown Court fined a firm following the death of a worker on site.

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Construction company fined after three contractors fall

Sep 30, 2021 · A construction company has been fined following an incident where three contractors fell from height suffering serious injuries. On 18th July 2018, three bricklayers fell approximately 2.5 metres onto a concrete floor sustaining serious injuries ranging from a swollen knee to a …

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2018 Australian workplace fatality statistics revealed

Sep 19, 2018 · The biggest fine handed out this year for a workplace fatality was $500,000 in the Melbourne County Court, in February, to Specialised Concrete Pumping Victoria for the death of a worker struck by tubing weighing two tonnes. The tubing slid off …

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Port Strategy | Firm fined after worker killed at Felixstowe

May 28, 2019 · Port of Felixstowe. An UK-based company been fined £15,000 and ordered to pay costs of more than £13,000 following the death of a concrete worker at a dockside apron-upgrade project at the Port of Felixstowe. An investigation by the UK's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found that Essex-based R. W. Hill (Felixstowe) Limited had failed to

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Trucking fatality results in conviction, $125,000 fine for

Dec 09, 2019 · The company, which specializes in highway construction, municipal infrastructure and site development, was working on a culvert and bridge rehabilitation project north of Elliot Lake, Ont. on Highway 639. The incident occurred Oct. 13, 2017. Following a guilty plea, Teranorth Construction & Engineering Ltd was fined $125,000.

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Concrete company fined $2,000 for violation of

Jul 23, 2019 · TORONTO — M & M Concrete Pumping Inc. and its director Martin Meloche have been fined $2,000 after failing to comply with a Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks order to provide written confirmation that all waste had been removed from

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U.S. Department of Labor Cites Contractors for Safety

Mar 06, 2019 · ORLANDO, FL – The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited two contractors – PCL Construction Services Inc. and Universal Engineering Sciences – for safety violations after two employees suffered fatal injuries at a work site for the new JW Marriott Hotel in Orlando.. The workers were pouring concrete on the seventh floor when …

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Enforcement - MSP Business Services

Property company and director fined £80,000 following worker's fatal fall from a tree. Window cleaning company fined after fall from height. £25k fine after fatal crush at apartment block. Company fined £30,000 after child killed by falling gate. Council found guilty after child sustains head injury from defective bollard fall

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Fatality Inspection Data | Occupational Safety and Health

Worker suffered fatal injury after being struck by patient. 1507303: Federal: Yes: 12/12/2020: Crete: NE: Worker fatally crushed by collapsng storage racks. 1506467: Federal: Yes: 12/11/2020: Franklin: TN: Worker fatally struck by delivery pipe system of a concrete pump truck. 1506283: STATE: No: 12/11/2020: North Smithfield: RI: Worker died in

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First ever permanent works pile using zero cement concrete

Dec 06, 2018 · Keltbray Piling achieved a new landmark for the UK construction industry last month by installing the first ever permanent works pile using a zero cement concrete, Cemfree Working for Taylor Wimpey on its new housing development in Mount Pleasant, London, Keltbray is installing a secant wall and bearing piles for main contractor Bouygues .

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Britain: Director fined following concrete pumping fatality Concrete pumping company Anytime McDaids and its sole director Laurence McDaid have been fined after an employee was struck and killed by concrete. Westminster Magistrates' Court heard how on 13 February 2017 Kevin Hoare was attempting to clear a blockage in a vehicle mounted

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Worker dies after fall - WorkSafe

Oct 06, 2020 · Get the RSS feed. It is believed the 64-year-old man was accessing a box on the first shelf of a pallet rack and was hoisting himself onto it when he fell forward onto a concrete floor. WorkSafe is investigating the incident. The death brings the workplace fatality toll to 56 for 2020, five more than at the same time last year.

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