A St Helens concrete pumping company has been fined £8,000 after the safety latch broke in the hopper of a concrete pump, trapping and partially amputating a worker's foot in the paddles.
A North Wales roofing company has been prosecuted after a roofer fell from a low roof and suffered life changing injuries.
Kingsley Associates are working with a highly successful, industry leading property developers with an outstanding reputation who have an exciting new position in their in-house legal team.
A Flintshire-based gardening company has been fined £23,000 after an employee suffered burns while using a cigarette lighter to set fire to a pile of giant hogweed doused with petrol.
A planning inspector has granted permission for a 400,000 sq ft warehouse building on a greenfield site on the edge of Wrexham Industrial estate following an appeal.
Planning permission has been granted for a change of use for listed former agricultural buildings in the grounds of Cornish Hall, Wrexham.
A property company in Powys has been fined after a contractor suffered major internal injuries when he fell through a floor and was hit by a falling concrete slab.
The North Wales building contractor was ordered on Thursday at Mold Crown Court to pay a significant fine and costs after a worker fell through a roof while working on the construction of the Menai Centre in Bangor.