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Britain: Sports Direct shareholder revolt backs unions on abuses Sports Direct has been on the receiving end of a record shareholder revolt prompted by its abusive management practices. The firm admitted two criminal safety breaches followed the death of worker George Wilson, 64, on a farm near Heriot while carrying out drainage work when working alone with a mechanical excavator.
Com Ltd are proprietary marks of the TheLawPages. Dumbarton Reporter. Britain: Records changes threatens compensation The TUC has expressed concern over proposed changes to the way that company records will be kept on the grounds that it could have a negative effect on compensation claims.
Britain: Safety prosecutions of directors treble in a year The number of company directors prosecuted for health and safety offences has more than trebled in a year.
Dream Homes Take a look around Britain: UCATT vindicated on the dangers of later retirement Repeated warning from UCATT that workers in construction trades would not be fit to do physically demanding work to a delayed retirement age have been proved correct, the union says.
Government safety inspectors have been asked to investigate the possible danger arising from delivery drivers working six days a week and who have been asked if they are also willing to work Sundays. Hard to swallow: TUC warns that firms and government have an unhealthy preoccupation with your lifestyleHazards, numberDecember Thames Valley Police news release.
HSE news release and information on repairing wheels and tyres. Justice 4 Domestic Workers is calling for a better deal for foreign workers, who are employed mainly as nannies or maids in private homes.