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  • FFI Appeal Process Challenged

    FFI Appeal Process Challenged

    October 12, 2016

    Health & Safety at Work have reported that the Fee for Intervention (FFI) appeal process is under challenge. Facilities management company OCS Group has been granted a first hearing over the way the HSE handles FFI appeals, alleging that the regulator is in breach of “natural justice”. The claimants counsel will argue that the HSE is effectively acting as "prosecutor, judge and jury" in a situation where it has “a financial interest in imposing, maximising and upholding fees.” Continue reading

  • Cost of FFI Hourly Rate Increases

    Cost of FFI Hourly Rate Increases

    October 10, 2016

    Fees for Intervention (FFI) are once again under scrutiny as the HSE raised their hourly rate for FFI to £129, an increase of 4%. Although unpopular in some quarters, the FFI has arguably been effective in shifting the cost of health and safety regulation from the public purse to those businesses that break health and safety laws. The HSE have robustly defended the policy since its introduction in October 2012, stating that “the many businesses that comply with their legal obligations will continue to pay nothing.” Continue reading

  • Prison Sentence for Company Director in H&S breach

    Prison Sentence for Company Director in H&S breach

    October 7, 2016

    A company director from Winsford has been jailed for 12 months after one of his employees was fatally injured at work. Paul Williamson of Thorn Warehousing was killed when a MEWP (Mobile Elevating Work Platform) that he was loading onto a lorry toppled on to him. He had received no training on the loading, no risk assessment had been undertaken and the lorry ramps hadn’t been secured properly. Thorn Warehousing was fined £166,000. Continue reading

  • You Can Contract Out a Repair but not Your Responsibility for H&S

    You Can Contract Out a Repair but not Your Responsibility for H&S

    October 6, 2016

    London exhibition venue firm, The Business Design Centre Ltd, and a building contractor have been fined for safety failings after a specialist contractor fell through a fragile skylight. James Murphy, 64, from Chigwell in Essex, who had been appointed by The Business Design Centre Ltd to undertake repair work at the site, suffered serious injuries including a shattered pelvis, broken wrist and a broken elbow as he walked over the unsafe roof. Continue reading

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