A worker at an upholstery site was struck by an unsecured piece of furniture and sustained serious head and neck injuries in July 2015, Derby Magistrates Court heard.
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An American-style restaurant was awarded a zero rating for food hygiene by Nottingham City Council food inspectors in December 2016.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) operates a ‘fee for intervention’ scheme to recover its costs when businesses are found not to be compliant with the law in that a material breach is noted. Current fees payable by duty holders, including employers and the self-employed, amount to £129 per hour.
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