Company and Director fined following concrete pumping fatality

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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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    Feb 06, 2021 · Company, director and manager sentenced after employee dies and another suffers serious injuries Company guilty of breaching CDM Regulations after employee struck by concrete pump placing boom. Tagged in: Health & Safety Executive CEMEX UK fined following worker fatality. Company fined £1 million after an employee died during

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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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    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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    Director's neglect behind concrete pump fatality. A concrete pumping company and its sole director have been fined after a recently-employed worker was struck and killed by liquid concrete, which was ejected from a lorry-mounted pump. Image credit: HSE. The development at Cranbrook Road, Wimbledon

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  • Company fined following concrete pumping fatality

    Dec 05, 2018 · 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 Cranbook Road, Wimbledon.

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