Employers Liability Insurance

Royal Mail pays £11k compensation over postman injury
May 14, 2012

The Royal Mail Group has reportedly been ordered to pay out a total of £11,000 in compensation to one of its postal workers after he fell out of a delivery van. Alan Kenyon, a postal worker from Clifton in York, […]

Joinery firm to pay compensation to man injured in work accident
March 21, 2012

A Peterborough man who was seriously injured in a workplace accident is reportedly set to recive more than £1 million in compensation from his employers. 34-year-old Christopher Holmes was working for A S Joinery, which was sub-contracting to R G […]

Hertfordshire firm fined over worker fall
February 8, 2012

A company from Hertfordshire has been fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after a worker fell at one of its factories. It may now need to rely on its employers’ liability insurance if the injured employee decides to […]

Companies fined £100k over worker death
December 13, 2011

Two firms have been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and fined a total of £100,000 after a maintenance worker died after an accident at a factory in Macclesfield. United Crane Services Ltd and Millennium Rubber International Ltd […]

Construction firm fined £13,000 for worker injury
November 18, 2011

A construction firm based in Flixborough in North Lincolnshire has been fined a total of £13,000 after a worker sustained serious injuries after drilling through an underground cable. 26-year-old Richard Baisley, from Scunthorpe, had been told to dig two holes […]

Chicken firm fined £230,000 over employee injuries
October 29, 2011

A chicken firm in Suffolk has been fined a total of £230,000 after two of its workers were injured in separate accidents. The accidents occurred at the 2 Sisters Food Group site, which is located in Flixton, in 2009. The […]

Fife farm company fined over worker injury
October 19, 2011

A farming company based in Fife has been prosecuted and fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after a worker was involved in an accident and lost two of his toes. The incident took place in September 2009 at […]

Marks & Spencer hit with huge fine in asbestos exposure case
September 27, 2011

The retail giant Marks & Spencer has been fined a total of £1 million after it was found that the company put customers and employees in danger by potentially exposing them to asbestos during a store refurbishment. The company received […]

Barnet bread firm fined over employee death
September 9, 2011

A bread company based in Barnet in Greater London has been prosecuted and fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after an employee fell from a ladder in a fatal accident back in 2009. Ovenpride Wholesale Ltd’s Finchley Road […]

Peterborough printing firm faces fine over employee death
September 3, 2011

A printing firm based in Peterborough in Cambridgeshire could face a substantial fine over the death of an employee in October 2008. Employee Ian Ebbs, 43, was working on a night shift at the St Ives Web factory, located in […]

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