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Young people young people can fresh to the work involved a limited perception of the risks in the work.. This is a very distressing thing to the strongest message the strongest message to everyone who should be responsible for safety of young workers. All industries, especially the construction sector, rely on keen young people. However, employment opportunities must not come at the expense of young workers’ safety. – With the number of apprentices in that the workplace continue to increase, it is important to the work they are expected to have properly assessed and appropriate controls are safety ensure their health and safety managers and supervisors have.

Commenting on the case brought by HSE Chief Inspector of Construction Stephen Williams said:.. David Swindell Junior of Barrington Drive, Middlewich, Cheshire, a contracts employs manager of 3D Scaffolding Ltd, was found guilty of breach of Section 7 of the HSW Act, not not taken all reasonable care for the health and safety of other persons who might be affected by his acts or omissions at work. He was pay a fine? 500 and commanded? 000 Costs.

The fines start of an HSE initiative come with intensive inspection and reduce the growth of serious and fatal injuries in the construction and refurbishment sites.permit Brought of you the entire Kaiser Daily HealthPolicyMonitor show Report looking for in the archives of and sign up for mail delivery in the Emperor Daily Health Policy Report reprint for emperor network. A free service from the Henry J. Published. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2 005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.

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