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A fire that broke out in a hangar at London Southend Airport in Essex was caused by workers pouring an “extremely flammable” solvent on to the floor to clean it,…

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We recently picked up on a report of a dust explosion at Belgian joinery plant.

On January 25, it was reported that a dust explosion at the Pouleyn door and window…

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The HSE are very clear that any DSEAR assessment will only be seen as suitable & sufficient if it is undertaken by persons with suitable competence (qualifications, knowledge, experience and…

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A commercial vehicle dealer has been fined £400,000 and ordered to pay costs of £9,670 after an oil drum blast resulted in a worker losing his leg from the knee…

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Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM) reported explosions at two separate plants over the weekend of January 4-5, one of which resulted in the death of a firefighter and a critical…

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A utilities firm and a construction company have been sentenced after two workers were injured when a ruptured gas main ignited in Whitstable, Kent.

A team of Southern Gas Network (SGN)…

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